By John Gardner
The one e-book of its style to supply a finished evaluate of evaluation used to help studying, evaluate and studying makes this sector available and comprehensible for a smart diversity of clients. This precise textual content is an enormous resource of practice-based thought on overview for studying, a formative evaluate to aid person improvement and encourage newcomers. Key parts coated within the booklet comprise the perform of studying for evaluation within the lecture room, constructing motivation for studying, expert studying and evaluate for studying, and evaluation and theories of studying.
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E assessment) and associations with performance versus leaming (mastery) goal orientations (Ames, 1984; Dweck, 1986; Watkins, 2lXXJ) as well as notions of convergent and divergent approaches 10 assessment (Torrance and Pryor, 1998) and constructive aligrunent of pedagogy and assessment (Biggs, 1m). Particular attention was given to assessment fvr learning practices such as planning.. questioning. reedbad. evaluation (Black and Wiliam. 1998a; ARC, 2(X)2a), underpinned by constructivist and social constructivist models of assessment and learning (see Qapter 3).
In the end, change can only be embedded if teachers actively engage with the ideas and principles underpinning the advocated practices and if the environments in which they work are supporting such engagement. Our evidence suggests that the encouragement and support required to make classrooms the focus and site of individual and ooUective professional development are vital, In this way teachers can, in the context of reflective practice, develop the principles for action that provide frames of referenCt' when confronted with unexpected circumstances.