Assessment in Transition: Learning, Monitoring and Selection in International Perspective
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BeschreibungExplores global and cross-national influences on assessment systems and their likely development. This work gives an analysis of international trends, its treatment of national systems and the effects of international agencies' activities, and in applying theories drawn from economics, politics, sociology, statistics and psychology to the subject.
InhaltsverzeichnisSection headings: Section A - Global Trends and Pressures. Section B - Country Case Studies: Systems in Transition - Experiments in Large Scale Reform. Section C - Country Case Studies: The Backwash of Selection - Contrasting Contexts, Common Dilemmas. Section D - Resolving the Tensions? Possibilities and Limits.
PressestimmenDerek Foxman, Institute of Education, Unviversity of London I liked the way the book is organised. The well-written summaries preceding each of the four parts and the unusually substantial overviews provided by a foreword and afterword give a coherence and narrative flow to the content often lacking in books on thematic conferences. Assessment in Education, Vol 7, No 1
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: EMERALD GROUP PUB
Erscheinungsdatum: November 1996
Seitenanzahl: 340 Seiten