In this chapter we focus more directly on how AfL practices can provide opportunities for students to develop identities as capable and independent learners who are aware of and able to employ the accountability systems for knowledge generation and legitimation in a discipline. To do this we step back to consider how the classroom culture for learning provides opportunities for students to exercise agency and authority.
- Student Learn
- Learning Progress
- Accountability System
- Neighbouring Table
- Classroom Culture
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Cowie, B., Moreland, J., Otrel-Cass, K. (2013). Fostering Student Learning Agency and Autonomy. In: Expanding Notions of Assessment for Learning. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-061-3_8
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