Re-Imagining Literacies Assessment: undoing, reassembling, liberating, righting, and decolonizing assessment

Research Team

Dr. Michelle Honeyford
Dr. Jennifer Watt


Centre for Human Rights Research


Brandon University
Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba

Through a series of webinars, podcasts, and in practice papers, the goal of Re-imagining Assessment is to mobilize language and literacy education research for the purpose of:

  1. examining issues of power and (in)equity related to language and literacies curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment
  2. proposing more equitable, inclusive, and decolonizing approaches through re-imagining, re-thinking, and re-conceptualizing language and literacies learning and assessment; and
  3. contributing to change in assessment policy and practices in language and literacies education.
Re-Imagining Literacies Assessment
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

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