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Evaluating the Consequential Validity of New Modes of Assessment: The Influence of Assessment on Learning, Including Pre-, Post-, and True Assessment Effects

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Optimising New Modes of Assessment: In Search of Qualities and Standards

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Gielen, S., Dochy, F., Dierick, S. (2003). Evaluating the Consequential Validity of New Modes of Assessment: The Influence of Assessment on Learning, Including Pre-, Post-, and True Assessment Effects. In: Segers, M., Dochy, F., Cascallar, E. (eds) Optimising New Modes of Assessment: In Search of Qualities and Standards. Innovation and Change in Professional Education, vol 1. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/0-306-48125-1_3

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