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Evaluating and assessing for learning

N. D. C. Harris

Evaluating and assessing for learning

by N. D. C. Harris

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Published by Kogan Page in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDuncan Harris and Chris Bell.
ContributionsBell, Chris.
The Physical Object
Pagination204 p. :
Number of Pages204
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22117019M
ISBN 100749413018

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Assessing Adult Learning and Learning Styles: /ch Adults have different learning styles which can either enhance or deter their learning. In the conversation that follows, I discuss the utility of assessingAuthor: E. Paulette Isaac. Figure 2: Sample rubric for evaluating final projects. Make expectations clear in student learning. When a rubric is used for grading, each criterion is reviewed independently. Students are given the rubric with the assignment, so they understand how their work will be evaluated and they can self-assess prior to submission.


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Testing and evaluating this process is very complex. Experienced educators can only agree upon one thing: the learning process can be encouraged by education but it can never be caused or directed by it. It is the child herself who learns. This can be said more radically: Learning is the only thing we can really do on our own.

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Assessing Impact is designed specifically for staff development leaders, program or project coordinators, curriculum directors, principals, or others who are responsible for their professional learning programs. The author assists school and district-level staff development program leaders and other stakeholders, to plan and conduct evaluations of staff programs.

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