This study aimed to use self-assessment to facilitate students’ learning. Participants comprised 57 students which were engaged in a self-assessment process by setting goals, recording evidence and evaluating their performance. Questionnaire and focus group interviews were employed to examine the usefulness of self-assessment and possible changes in students’ learning. Results indicated that students found self-assessment enhanced their learning, especially in the area of reflective thinking. Students also reported evidence of positive changes of their learning. Copyright © 2009 The Asian Conference on Education 2009.
|Journal||Asian Conference on Education official conference proceedings|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|