Assessing student performance.

Hawkridge, David and Moon, Sue (2003). Assessing student performance. In: Kaye, Roland and Hawkridge, David eds. Learning and Teaching for Business: Case Studies of Successful Innovation. London, England: Kogan Page, pp. 198–209.



High student performance is the proof of quality in teaching and learning. For that reason, business schools are delighted when they can announce excellent pass rates and outstanding individual achievements. Equally, they are concerned when their students do not appear to reach expected standards. The blame may be put on the students for not learning or on the teachers for not teaching, but neither may be at fault as much as the methods used for assessing student performance. Are these valid?

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