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Assessing learning in the primary classroom

Assessing learning in the primary classroom

Johnson, Sandra, 1946-

Why is assessment so important in the teaching-learning process? How should we assess pupils in the primary classroom? 'Assessing Learning in the Primary Classroom' is an accessible introduction to the concepts critical to a professional understanding of this vital aspect of a teacher's role

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Published London: Routledge, 2012
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Sandra Johnson
ISBN: 0203155009, 0415562759, 0415562767, 9780203155004, 9780415562751, 9780415562768
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: ix, 157 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series: The understanding primary education series
Subject: Education (Elementary) Great Britain.; Educational tests and measurements Great Britain.; Primary education; Education.; Educational evaluation Great Britain.; Assessment
Series Title: Understanding primary education series.

Contents

  1. 1. Introduction 2. Accessing and using evidence of learning 3. The building blocks of assessment 4. Creating, using and interpreting tests 5. Assessing quality in assessment 6. Statutory assessment 7. System evaluation 8. Using assessment results in evaluation

Author note

Sandra Johnsonis an independent assessment consultant, providing technical support in educational assessment through her company Assessment Europe. She has published widely in educational assessment and evaluation, and is currently a Visiting Fellow in the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, a member of the Editorial Boards of Assessment in Educationand Educational and Psychological Measurement, and a Fellow of the Association for Educational Assessment - Europe.