Project Details

Unpacking Student Self-assessment: What Are the Self-assessment Processes and How Do They Work?

The proposed cluster aims to develop a new Area of Strength by integrated cutting-edge research and high-impact knowledge transfer. Under this ultimate goal, there are three inter-related major purposes. First, the cluster aims to draw inter-disciplinary expertise to investigate a well “known unknown” area – student self-assessment, in particular, the inner process of self-assessment and the mechanism through which self-assessment influences student learning, both cognitive and emotional aspects. Second, the cluster aims to serve a worldwide educational need (i.e., to know how to understand and promote self-assessment and self-regulated learning) by transferring the research findings into education practice in a concrete and feasible way. Third, the cluster aims to form a synergic team with a critical mass for a coherent and sustainable research theme and maximize the University’s impact locally and internationally

Commencement Date : 2017/11
Completion Date : 2019/11
Chief Investigator(s) : Dr YAN, Zi 晏子 [ARC,C&I]
Co-Investigator(s) : MOK MAGDALENA MO CHING 莫慕貞 #
Prof CHIU, Ming Ming [ARC,SEC]
Prof KO, Po Yuk 高寶玉 [C&I,CELT]
Dr YANG, Lan 楊蘭 [C&I,CSENIE]
WU STERLING SHAFFER 吳兆光 #




#Investigator who had served in EdUHK


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