17. Overall Self-Evaluation

Anita R. Walz

This final section asks all parties involved to evaluate their contributions to the project, how they might use what they learned through the project in their future work, and how these approaches might improve other areas of their work.


Write a 3-4 page self-evaluation brief regarding your contributions to your project. Include:

    • Your initial goals,
    • The degree to which you mastered different areas of content new to you,
    • How you used existing or new capacities you developed,
    • Librarians: Your contributions toward and characteristics of your instructional or coaching relationship with those building a partnership with PreK-12 educators,
    • Higher education/PreK-12 collaborators: Your contributions toward the partnership,
    • Your contribution toward, and the value and suitability of open educational resource(s) created,
    • How you might use what you learned in the future, and
    • How you might improve the curriculum and activities in this toolkit for a course or for other use.

Resources and Additional Reading

Achieve OER Rubrics (https://www.achieve.org/publications/achieve-oer-rubrics)

Juuso Henrik Nieminen & Laura Tuohilampi (2020). ‘Finally studying for myself’ – examining student agency in summative and formative self-assessment models, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45:7, 1031-1045, DOI: 10.1080/02602938.2020.1720595

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