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Assessment in Education

The assessment for learning movement focuses on ensuring that assessments constructed by teachers are designed to enhance the learning process (Stobart, 2008). Several principles have been central to this movement, including clarifying and sharing intended learning outcomes and criteria for success, designing effective assessment tasks that generate evidence of students’ achievement against those learning outcomes, providing feedback that moves learners forward, engaging students as instructional resources for each other, and activating students as the owners of their own learning through processes such as self-assessment (Black & Wiliam, 2018).