Assessment in Secondary Schools
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- "This is a very important book. Assessment is one of the most technically and professionally challenging of topics for new teachers. Val Brooks has brought her own impressive technical expertise to bear, and sets out the key professional demands in a thorough, logical and clear way. The book draws extensively on practical examples which exemplify and develop the argument. New teachers will find it an invaluable guide; experienced teachers will find that it widens their understanding of assessment as a tool for learning" - Chris Husbands, University of Warwick"Mentors will find much to aid their sessions with student teachers, while senior staff responsible for professional development will have a sound, easily read source of material. Highly recommended" - British Journal of Educational Studies
- How can new teachers use assessment to enhance their teaching?
- How can assessment help pupils to learn?
- What are the arrangements for testing and examinations and the statutory assessment requirements at secondary school level?
Part one: Assessment and learning:
the classroom context
The role of assessment in teaching and learning
Assessment and planning
Assessment in the classroom
Ways of responding to pupils' written and practical work
Part two: Managing assessment:
the school context
School policies and procedures
Record keeping and reporting
Part three: Assessment:
the wider context
Assessment, accountability and standards
Recent developments in testing and examinations
PortraitVal Brooks is an associate professor in the Institute of Education at Warwick University where she has been involved with three programmes of secondary initial teacher training: PGCE, Flexible Postgraduate Initial Teacher Training and the Graduate Teacher Programme. Previous to this, she taught English in the secondary sector.
Pressestimmen"...illustrates examples of good practice and suggests following-up activities." - TES TES 20031028
Untertitel: The New Teacher's Guide to Monitoring, Assessment, Recording, Reporting and Accountability. 'UK Higher Education OUP Humanities & Social Sciences Education OUP'. references, index. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Open University Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2002
Seitenanzahl: 207 Seiten