Assessment, Learning and Employability

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Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, 2003 - Education - 245 pages
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Clearly set out in three specific sections, this book argues that that existing grading practices cannot cope with the expectations laid upon them, while the potential of formative assessment for the support of learning is not fully realised, discusses how institutions need to respond in policy terms to the challenges that have been posed.

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Peter T. Knight is a Senior Lecturer at the Open University, where he advises on assessment and other curriculum issues. During his career, he has taught in primary and secondary schools and has worked at Lancaster University and St Martin's College, Lancaster.

Mantz Yorke is Professor of Higher Education at Liverpool John Moores University. He has had senior management experience at his institution and as Director of Quality Enhancement at the Higher Education Quality Council. He has researched and written on various aspects of the student experience.

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