Assessment for learning and assessment as learning have recently taken on a central role in the literature on the subject. Having analyzed the characteristics of these two approaches, this paper reports on an assessment experience for and as learning in higher education. The study was carried out with 125 students of the master's degree course in Primary Education Sciences at University of Palermo and it aims to describe how these students habitually participate in the assessment process and perceive the usefulness of educational assessment and the benefits of receiving feedback. The data collected on the perception of evaluation and feedback reveal that university teaching practices have allowed students to acquire assessment skills and high levels of satisfaction related to distance learning experiences.
|Numero di pagine||16|
|Rivista||ANNALI ONLINE... DELLA DIDATTICA E DELLA FORMAZIONE DOCENTE|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2021|