Published Dec 31, 2021

Mengyuan Hua

Longjun Zhou  


Assignments are effective means to assess students’ learning results. Students can consolidate their knowledge through school assignments and use their knowledge to solve problems. Assignments include in-class assignments and after-class assignments. In-class assignments are not only a basic component of classroom teaching, but also assessment of students’ mastery of knowledge. After-class assignments are complementary to students’ classroom learning and of equal value to in-class assignments. At basic education levels, proper assignmentloads are necessary. Students’ learning lacks assessment without assignments; Learning without assessment is unacceptable and even brings disastrous consequences (Bai, 2010).


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How to Cite
Hua, M., & Zhou, L. (2021). Scientific Evaluation of Student Assignments at Basic Education Levels. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 10(2), 1403–1404. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.21.co033