Self-Assessment Case Studies
This set of case studies describes five tertiary education organisations’ experiences with implementing self-assessment. The case studies include key characteristics of the TEOs' approaches, the benefits they believe they’ve seen, the barriers they’ve had to overcome, and some of the key opportunities and success factors that have helped them and their staff engage with self-assessment.
Format: A4 297 mm x 205mm full colour fold-out brochures
Publication date: 2014
These case studies have been based on interviews conducted by staff from Ako Aotearoa and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.
Each case study focuses on a different TEO and theme or aspect of self-assessment:
- Creating fit-for-purpose learning (Building and Construction ITO)
- Improving organisational capability (Otago Polytechnic)
- Developing sustainable programmes (People Potential)
- Enhancing learning and teaching (Tūranga Ararau)
- Pursuing effective change (Eastern Institute of Technology)
Electronic copies of individual case studies are available on the NZQA website