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Abstract

This note is intended for case study teachers wishing to use case studies for assessment of students. It briefly considers assessment criteria and ways of using case studies for assessment, including in-course written analysis of a case study and open and closed book case-based examinations. A matrix indicating an assessor''s expectations and associated grading of student work is attached; this has been used to improve consistency in marking student work by a professional body and by course teams in higher education. It can be adapted by assessors or examiners to reflect their priorities and the needs of particular courses.

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Abstract

This note is intended for case study teachers wishing to use case studies for assessment of students. It briefly considers assessment criteria and ways of using case studies for assessment, including in-course written analysis of a case study and open and closed book case-based examinations. A matrix indicating an assessor''s expectations and associated grading of student work is attached; this has been used to improve consistency in marking student work by a professional body and by course teams in higher education. It can be adapted by assessors or examiners to reflect their priorities and the needs of particular courses.

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