Assessment Versus Evaluation

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Cedric Cullingford
Cassell, 1997 - Education - 282 pages
This volume seeks to address the positive and negative aspects of school assessment. It suggests that although evaluation and assessment procedures must indeed be cost-effective and simple, the danger is that valuable insights may be lost among the complexity of the procedures. The text also analyzes the values of teachers and the values which they are supposed to reflect.

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Cedric Cullingford is Professor of Education at the University of Huddersfield.

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