Assessment is an extremely important issue in education. The way pupils are assessed is under constant scrutiny and is an area that needs regular examination. Although pupils are assessed through examinations and coursework there remains little insight into how pupils can self-assess and evaluate their own performance in the classroom itself. This topic is an interesting one and may hold key information on what individual pupils think and feel during lessons, and within the classroom environment. A number of strategies have been implemented throughout education, this enquiry will focus on the impact of exit passes as a form of self-assessment.
The aim of this enquiry was to assess the effectiveness of exit-passes as a form of self-assessment.