Assessment for confidence: exploring the impact that low-stakes assessment design has on student retention

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Meer, Nicky; Chapman, Amanda;

This article explores student achievement and confidence in a university Business School. The research is centred on creating innovative assessments during the key transition year focussing on creating Assessment for Confidence. This aims to eliminate barriers to succes... View more
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