Evaluating and Assessing for Learning

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Kogan Page, 1994 - Education - 204 pages
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This study examines the implications for evaluation and assessment when more responsibility for the learning process is given to the learner. The text includes sections on peer assessment, self-assessment, styles of evaluation, references, and the roles of teacher and learner.

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Hilari Bell is a librarian in Denver, Colorado, where she lives with her family. Her favorite books are fantasy, science fiction, and mystery -- all the ingredients for a great novel! Hilari is also the author of the Farsala Trilogy -- "Fall of a Kingdom", "Rise of a Hero", and "Forging the Sword" -- as well as "Songs of Power", "A Matter of Profit", and "The Goblin Wood".

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