This may, on the face of it, seem like good news to the 11 million tax payers who have to fill out self-assessment
returns each year.
It has been 20 years since the first self-assessment
workbook about the sustainable production of wine grapes was published in the United States.
(1) The white paper aligned with one of the propositions suggested in the 1995 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on dental education, which was the need for dental education to promote self-assessment
. (2) Likewise, the call for dental education to incorporate curricula that engages students in self-assessment
has gained even more attention since the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) revised standards for pre-doctoral dental programs.
From the self-assessments
, 29% of the women concluded that they were ineligible to use oral contraceptives, a proportion similar to the 27% who were ineligible according to the nurse assessments.
During the implementation phase, data were in the form of a collected document relevant to the research context gathered from the participants' self-assessments
and a representation of verbal recordings (Freeman, 1998) which was a transcription of a semi-structured audiotaped interview with students after the course was over (see Appendix b).
If used correctly (self-assessments
), they can help me access students' prior knowledge, experiences, and perceptions of their own learning.
The influence of task formats on the accuracy of medical students' self-assessments
. Acad Med 2000;75:737-41.
In 85% of all cases the assessments of the raters and the self-assessments
Self-enhancement Versus Self-diminishment Bias: Student Self-assessments
in Contrast to Tutor Assessments
"Around the water cooler or the coffee machine," much of the talk about peer review and self-assessment
at our writing program seemed tinged, if not saturated, with frustration.
, as one form of measuring learners' language competencies, has attracted significant attention in foreign language education.