The importance and challenge of measuring non-cognitive skills: Using rubric-marking and pair-wise comparison to evaluate innovative teaching methods


Research has shown that non-cognitive skills such as social skills, perseverance and initiative are just as important as cognitive skills for the academic achievement and subsequent labour market outcomes of pupils. However,... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Jana Bischler (Oxford Policy Management)
  2. Paul Jasper (Oxford Policy Management)
  3. Karin de Rooij (MUVA)
  4. Peter-Sam Hill (Oxford Policy Management)

Topic Area

Assessing Teaching and Learning for Sustainable Development


PS-7A » Assessment of cognitive and non-cognitive skills (11:00 - Thursday, 7th September, Room 9)

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