Developing a guiding protocol for the moderation of summative assessments.

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McGuire, William; Raaper, Rille;

According to literature, assessment moderation is a process for assuring ‘valid, fair and reliable’ assessment outcomes but also consistency of applied marking criteria. While being an important area in assessment, moderation is often referred as an ‘under researched ar... View more
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