Kathryn Ecclestone's work addresses the thorny issue of assessment
in post-compulsory education - lifelong learning. She asks if
people are expected to learn on and off throughout their lives, how
do we go about assessing this learning in a way that is meaningful
for the learner and for the workplace? How does formal assessment
fit in with notions of learner autonomy? She focuses on
outcomes-based assessment as the answer to these questions, as this
frees learners from the need to follow programmes imposed by
institutions or teachers.
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