Variability In The Accuracy Of Self-Assessments Among Low, Moderate, And High Performing Students in University Education

Samuel Parra León, Antonio Pantoja Vallejo & James Byron Nelson
The present work empirically examines the validity of Student Self-Assessment (SSA) as an educational assessment in higher education. We briefly review the principle methodological factors that could affect SSA validity, as well as the main findings identified in the literature. One empirical study is presented that compares student-self evaluations on a test with the evaluation made by the course instructor while controlling for students' experience with SSA, criteria, rubric, and scales used by the student...
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