How is critical reflection essential in the assessment process not only for the educator, but for learners as well?
Critical reflection refers to considerations that are made after the fact regarding what went well and what could be better with some adjustment. It is a process that takes place during the assessment process, as well, once an assessment is designed. The design of an assessment, and the lessons that precede it, has to do with determining what the essential content is, or will be. Then, lessons can reflect those instructional standards, and that content, and the assessment can focus on the meat of the academic content.
For students that reflection occurs between lessons and assessment, ...
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