Student-Centered Assessment Resources
From the website introduction: “What is student-centered assessment? What is it not? How is it implemented in the classroom, and when implemented, what is the impact? The Students at the Center project has produced [a] suite of resources as part of a continued effort to help make the [Center’s] research papers and edited book come alive and be more applicable to those wishing to implement more student-centered approaches in the classroom, school, district, or beyond.” Users of this website can “open the [website] slide boxes to learn more about self-assessment, peer assessment, exhibitions, and process portfolios. [Users can also] download a toolkit on each topic and view a series of student-centered assessment videos.”
This website provides a wide range of resources to help educators understand what self- and peer assessment are and how to implement them in the classroom. The website includes video descriptions, examples of practice, example rubrics, checklists, and user-friendly descriptions.