The Assessment Tool Project is part of Student Journey Plan carried out through T2 and T3, 2015 at Deakin University. The project is run and managed by a team from Deakin Learning Futures (DLF).
- to engage Deakin University in a discussion of self and peer assessments;
- to investigate, identify and make recommendations of the appropriate self and peer assessment (online) tools for the University
This project page is intended to demonstrate and disseminate the outcome of the project. Please feel free to look into this space and contact Chie Adachi (firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 9244 3895) if you have any questions or feedback.
Self and peer evaluation and feedback: challenges and opportunities
In collaboration with the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), this learning and teaching project has formed a research project (ethics reference number: HEAG-H 158_2015). Some outcomes of this research project include:
- Adachi, C. Tai, J. & Dawson, P. (2017). Academics’ perceptions of the benefits and challenges of self and peer assessment in Higher Education. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. 1-13. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2017.1339775
- Adachi, C. Tai, J. & Dawson, P. (2017). Challenges and strategies in implementing self and peer assessment in the curriculum. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) 2017 conference, Sydney.
- Adachi, C. Tai, J. & Dawson, P. (2016). Enabler or inhibitor? Educational technology in self and peer assessment. The Proceedings of ASCILITE 2016, University of South Australia, Adelaide, p.11-16.
- Adachi, C. Tai, J. & Dawson, P. (2016). Enablers and inhibitors in self and peer assessment – A Deakin perspective. Deakin University Learning and Teaching 2016 conference, Melbourne.
Our thanks goes to the project teams at Deakin University who provided support and were involved at different stages of the project – namely, Pro Vice-Chancellor/Professor Elizabeth Johnson (Deakin Learning Futures), Professor David Boud (Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning/CRADLE), Dr Helen Walker (CRADLE), Ms Susie Macfarlane (Faculty of Health) and Dr Mark O’Rourke (Melbourne Polytechnic).