How do US and Spanish universities differ in the assessment criteria they use to assign course grades? Are they using criteria that we know to be effective? Anastasiya Lipnevich (Ed Psych. Program Professor), Ernesto Pandadero, Kalina Gjicali (Ed Psych Program alumna), and Juan Fraile examined these questions in their recent article titled “What’s on the syllabus? An analysis of assessment criteria in first year courses across US and Spanish universities” which was published in in Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability.
Read the full article here.
Interested in learning more about Prof. Lipnevich’s research? Check out her website here.
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