Professor Roseanna Bourke | Director of Educational Psychology programme, Institute of Education, Massey University
In this video, we chat with Professor Roseanna Bourke from Massey University about inclusive assessments, and strategies for expanding linear views of learning to support assessment for learning.
Fascinated by how students perceive learning and committed to dismantling learning barriers, Roseanna shares her research background and conclusion that learning challenges largely stem from a misalignment of expectations between students and educators.
Deploying the concept of a ‘Chameleon learner’ to denote how students become different learners according to their context, she advocates for inclusive assessment to create learner belonging, supported by methods of authentic learning, self-assessment and student co-design that cultivate learner identity, and encourage buy-in.
How can institutions rethink assessment to be a better driver for student success? Watch the video for Roseanna’s take.
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