This research wants to demonstrate that self-assessment (SSA) needs to be implemented. Here, the term talent is understood as “personal training potential for development” (Tessaro 2011, pp. 355). It is linked to SSA, seen as “the qualitative assessment of learning processes and its final products” (Panadero, 2011, pp. 78) that a student acts. In order to demonstrate that self-assessment practices play a key role in student's development and learning (Andrade & Valtcheva, 2009), 109 Italian university students took part, voluntarily, at the research. The first Research Question focuses on the benefits the SSA can bring. The second wants to reflect on the role of students and teachers within SSA practices. Despite the limitation of the research, the final diagram and the reported reflections can be useful to students and to university professors, to pedagogists and to all those interested in the topic, as a possible guideline to consider. They had been used as a starting point for other researches, still ongoing.
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