Five Elements for Assessment Design and Use to Support Student Autonomy

At a Glance

This brief presents research showing that, when the concepts of student autonomy and assessments' role in that development are explored, implemented, and measured, students will become more competent and confident learners ready to handle challenges in academics, the workplace, and civic life. The brief also offers examples of student autonomy and initial proof of viable concepts. Finally, we leave the reader with discussion questions to prompt consideration of related issues of policy and practice.

Published jun. 29, 2018
Areas of Work
  • Preparing for the Future of Work
  • Ensuring Equity in Advancement