What sorts of knowledge, skills and, possibly, dispositions are targeted by teachers and students? What are the ways in which those things may be assessed? In this project a variety of student work (written and in other forms) will be examined in order to explore the ways in which students are deemed to have made (or not made) progress.
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Prowse, A. and Forsyth (2018). Global citizenship education – assessing the unassessable? Pp. 607-624, Davies, I., Peterson, A., Peck, C., Sant, E., Waghid, Y., Ho, L. C., & Kiwan, D. (2018). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Citizenship and Education. Palgrave Macmillan.
A sample of teachers and students will provide data.