Perspectives on assessment and evaluation in international education
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Doctor Mary Hayden and Professor Jeff Thompson

Assessment and evaluation are two concepts at the core of education worldwide. This book addresses some of the issues around these concepts within an international context that can present a range of challenges for those with responsibility for implementing assessment and evaluation strategies.

Contributions from various international experts working within different contexts (whether as teachers or leaders in international schools, administrators in international examination bodies, or researchers in international educational research organisations) explore different ideas around assessment or evaluation, be that assessment of student achievement, evaluation of teacher effectiveness or evaluation of school quality. 

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Doctor Mary Hayden and Professor Jeff Thompson

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John Catt Publications

Date of publication:
April 2017

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This book covers different international perspectives on assessment of pupil achievement, evaluation of teacher effectiveness and evaluation of school quality. It may of particularly use to policy makers. 


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