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Assessment and learning / edited by John Gardner

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: London ; Los Angeles : Sage Publications, 2006Edition: 1. edDescription: ix, 230 p. : illISBN:
  • 1-4129-1050-1
  • 1-4129-1051-X (pbk)
  • 9781412910507 (hbk, 2009)
  • 9781412910514 (pbk, 2009)
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 371.26 21
Other classification:
  • Eaaa
  • Eaac
Contents:
PART I Practice: 1. Assessment for learning in the classroom ; 2. Professional learning as a condition for assessment for learning ; PART II Theory: 3. Assessment, teaching and theories of learning ; 4. The role of assessment in developing motivation for learning ; 5. Developing a theory of formative assessment ; PART III Formative and summative issues: 6. On the relationship between assessment for formative and summative purposes ; 7. The reliability of assessments ; 8. The validity of formative assessments ; PART IV Policy: 9. Constructing assessment for learning in the UK policy environment ; 10. Assessment for learning: Why no profile in US policy? ; 11. Policy and practice in assessment for learning: The experience of selected OECD countries.
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Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode
Bok Árasluokta Lat 371.26 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available (Not withdrawn) 659
Bok Arflundra bibliotek La 371 Assessment (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available (Not withdrawn) 658

Repr. 2006, 2008, 2009 (twice)

PART I Practice: 1. Assessment for learning in the classroom ; 2. Professional learning as a condition for assessment for learning ; PART II Theory: 3. Assessment, teaching and theories of learning ; 4. The role of assessment in developing motivation for learning ; 5. Developing a theory of formative assessment ; PART III Formative and summative issues: 6. On the relationship between assessment for formative and summative purposes ; 7. The reliability of assessments ; 8. The validity of formative assessments ; PART IV Policy: 9. Constructing assessment for learning in the UK policy environment ; 10. Assessment for learning: Why no profile in US policy? ; 11. Policy and practice in assessment for learning: The experience of selected OECD countries.

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