Making Classroom Writing Assessment More Visible, Equitable, and Portable through Digital Badging

West-Puckett, Stephanie
November 2016
College English;Nov2016, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p127
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights regarding social justice in classroom writing assessment. Topics include a case study of student-teacher negotiations, practice of critical validity inquiry in the writing classroom, and participation of students and teachers in the design of classroom writing assessment.


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