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Interviews with students as part of the EE831 student-staff project Theory & Practice: Assessment, Identity and Agency anonymised transcripts coded anonymously by student-staff team

posted on 2022-03-03, 11:22 authored by Alison FoxAlison Fox, Kris StutchburyKris Stutchbury, Katharine JewittKatharine Jewitt
These interviews were with consenting students in 2020 who were either studying the postgraduate taught module EE831 or had studied it the previous year (ie. 19J or 20J cohorts). The interviews were designed by a student-staff project team, one member of staff conducted them and they were analysed first blind and then in consultation to produce co-analysed transcripts looking deductively for evidence of the following themes: teacher agency (in relation to assessment practice), teacher identity (in relation to assessment practice), learner agency (in relation to assessment practice), learner identity (in relation to assessment practice) or the role of theory in informing understandings of assessment. Each interview was thematically coded by at least two team members prior to an inductive analysis identifying sub-codes.


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