Assessment [NOOK Book]

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There has been much debate on the purposes and methods of assessment over the last couple of years. This book gathers together the latest thinking and looks at how asessment can be used to promote or inhibit learning.
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Assessment

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Overview

There has been much debate on the purposes and methods of assessment over the last couple of years. This book gathers together the latest thinking and looks at how asessment can be used to promote or inhibit learning.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203468920
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Publication date: 7/18/2002
  • Series: What's in it for Schools? Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • File size: 2 MB

Table of Contents

List of figures
List of tables
Acknowledgements
Series Editor's preface
1 Assessment: to measure or to learn? 1
2 Can assessment for learning raise standards? 18
3 Can current assessment practice be improved? 40
4 How does self-assessment help pupils learn? 72
5 How can marking and feedback help pupils learn? 95
6 Developing assessment for learning 122
7 Opening up the secret garden of assessment 150
References and further reading 156
Index 160
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2013

    Violetsong

    Icetail!

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    Posted January 12, 2013

    Whitewinh

    "Icetail! No!!" Whitewing wailed.

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    Spottedkit

    She runs back to camp ~Spottedkit

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    Skykit

    Comeon kets go back to camp!~skykit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2013

    Icetail/paw

    Icetail padded in followed quickly by icepaw icetail said, onc they had reached the densely forested area, you will b retreiving a supply of catmint. You are currently downwin of it, so you can smell it. Kill as much prey as you can, fight iff, but dont kill any catsthat try to stop you. Once you get the catmint, lead along the natural path, and you will find a cat that needs the catmint. Use it to save them. He nudged icepaw forward, then dissappeared to the trees. Icepaw wandered forward, smelling for the catmint. Sh found the scent mingled along with a mouse. She cought it, a bird and a rabbit. She wlked along and quickly avoided an old foxhole, but quickly ran into a cat, whoshe quickly faught, making the cat run away. She continued on, and saw the catmint and the trail. She ruhed forward, grabbed the catmint and started diwn the trail. She stopped midway to her destination, she heard a screech. He recognized the screech as icetails she dropped the catmint an ran to find her. When she got there, she saw icetails body, then lookedup and saw a hazy image of icetail, slowly materializing. Next to her, she saw another cat, a bright golden shecat with brilliant blue eyes, who touched icetail with her nose along with a large black shecat with bloodred eyes, who seemed to have materialized from the shadows a fe minute ago. A gray and blac striped tom padded out, and also touched the two shecats the tom and the gold shecat escorted icetail to the skies, while the black shecat simply dissappeared into the shadows again. Icepaw saw what happened, then colapsed. She woke up a few seconds later, knowing the whole story. She gently pulled icetail back to their camp, her fur already stone cold

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