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Opportunities to reframe moderation practices in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

Charles Darr and Rosemary Hipkins

COVID-19 relevance: Post-crisis / school closures

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted some traditional assessment practices and drawn attention to the range of evidence students produce in their day-to-day learning. In this edition of Assessment News, Charles Darr and Rosemary Hipkins argue that using this evidence to make sound summative judgements requires a robust understanding of what it means to make a valid judgement, along with a clear commitment to professional learning through social moderation.

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