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New Zealand National Standards assessment: Social justice issues for adolescent learners
Internationally, as adolescent learners move into higher stakes assessments their influence on selection and interpretation of assessment declines, despite their increasing capacity for self-regulated learning. Equity and ...
Valuing partnerships in assessment: Building sustainable professional learning
Assessment for learning (AfL) approaches are claimed to have improved student learning and achievement (e.g., Black & Wiliam, 1998). Extensive research has been conducted, including comparative studies with high student ...
A cross country analysis of social justice in assessment
Social justice is an international concern and evident in education and assessment policies, but is less evident in the enactment of reporting policy and practices. We explore these ruptures in assessment policy through ...