In-course assessment is based on the strategy of reflection-in-action (Schön, 1983): that is the capacity of professionals to consciously think and possibly make changes about what they are doing while they are doing it. Reflection-in-action is an on-going experimentation while implementing the revised course that helps you find a viable solution to problems raised. It is that process that allows you to reshape what you are working on, while you are working on it. It is highly suggested as you work on your course implementation to get involved on reflection-in-action. During that process many things can be encountered which need to be tackled in order to reach the expected outcomes. The former is sometimes described as ‘thinking on our feet’. It involves looking to our experiences, connecting with our feelings, and attending to our theories in use. It entails building new understandings to inform our actions in the situation that is unfolding.