Assessment and learning
A model of the pre-assessment learning effects of summative assessment in medical education
FJ Cilliers, LWT Schuwirth, N Herman, HJ Adendorff, CPM van der Vleuten
Advances in Health Sciences Education 17 (1), 39-53.
A comprehensive model explaining how learners prepare for their assessment relevant for school-based learning.
A model of the pre-assessment learning effects of assessment is operational in an undergraduate clinical context
FJ Cilliers, LWT Schuwirth, CPM Van der Vleuten
BMC Medical Education 12 (1), 9
The comprehensive model als works in work-based learning.
Workplace-based assessment and students' approaches to learning: a qualitative inquiry
HM Al-Kadri, CPM Van der Vleuten
Medical Teacher 35 (s1), S31-S38.
Learners are strategic in their response to assessment. Students and their supervisors have contradicting perceptions to work-based assessment.
Barriers to the uptake and use of feedback in the context of summative assessment
CJ Harrison, KD Könings, L Schuwirth, V Wass, C Van der Vleuten
Advances in Health Sciences Education, 1-17
The summative assessment culture, with a focus on avoiding failure, was a dominant and negative influence on the use of assessment feedback.