Planning and Implementing Assessment

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Psychology Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 326 pages
This title outlines a set of principles and analytical methods that can be adapted to different assessment scenarios designed to enable readers to construct their own effective methods for assessment. Guidelines for design and methods of planning, choosing and implementation are provided.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
11
The purposes of assessment
11
Norm and criterionreferenced and ipsative or
15
Reliability and validity
23
Assessment modes and sources
31
Assessment criteria
38
Feedback
48
The proactive learner
54
Exams and tests
176
Extended written work
191
Assessment of oral work and class participation
198
Performance tests
209
Projects
228
Assessing problem solving
236
Recording collecting and presenting evidence
249
Reporting achievement
260

Describing the learning
61
The methods toolbox
77
Choosing methods
98
Selfassessment
119
Peer assessment
125
Using computers in assessment
132
Objective tests
145
Shortanswer questions
164
Portfolios
271
Helping learners prepare for assessment
281
Marking group work
289
Workload
295
Making changes
309
Index
322
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