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Case Study: Giving Learners Control of Their Learning


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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

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purpose, informing learners, achieving learning goals.

Summary

This case study illustrates that by fully informing learners about the purpose of an assessment, and making time to discuss their results with them afterwards, we give learners the power to help themselves achieve their learning goals.

As a result of good communication between lecturer and learners, both were keen to use the diagnostic assessment as a means of providing direction for their learning and future study, and some valuable learning conversations took place while discussing the results with individual students.

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