Maximising Student Success through the Development of Self-Regulation

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Evans, Carol
Zhu, X
Winstone, N
Balloo, K
Hughes, A
Bright, C
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2019
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The project aimed to implement and scale up a research-informed holistic and integrated self-regulatory assessment feedback approach focused on equity, agency and transparency (EAT, Evans. 2016) with the intention of reducing differential learning outcomes for all students and especially for those from lower-socio-economic backgrounds and for Black and Asian and minority ethnic students (BAME/BAME).

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Curriculum and pedagogy

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Evans, C; Zhu, X; Winstone, N; Balloo, K; Hughes, A; Bright, C, Maximising Student Success through the Development of Self-Regulation, 2019

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