Maija Ročāne, Alīda Samuseviča


The article highlights the topicality of assessment in the context of promoting learning achievements and students` self-efficacy. The aim of the article is to analyze the sources of literature and stimulate scientific discussion about strategies for assessing students' learning achievements and individual progress, which provide opportunities to develop each student's potential by improving cognitive activity and learning outcomes. The authors of the article analyse the perspectives of assessment of the learning process, systematize theoretical findings on the basic principles and methods of learning assessment improvement, identify and describe the pedagogical potential of diverse assessment strategies.



assessment, assessment methods, assessment strategy, learning, student

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