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Changing contexts of quality assessment
|Statement||Don F. Westerheijden, John Brennan & Peter A.M. Maassen (eds.).|
|Series||Management and policy in higher education,, 20, Management en beleid in het hoger onderwijs ;, 20.|
|Contributions||Westerheijden, Don F., Brennan, John, 1947-, Maassen, Peter A. M., Centrum voor Studies van het Hoger Onderwijsbeleid (Enschede, Netherlands)|
|LC Classifications||LB2331.65.E85 C53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||95139051|
Assessment Systems in a Changing Assessment Landscape. In collaboration with: Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) inclusive assessment systems to respond to the many changes in the current educational assessment context. The revised Principles High-quality decision making determines how students participate in assessments. The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) assessment, which is coordinated by the OECD, is the most well known international assessment of learning outcomes. The first PISA study was carried out in and since then it was repeated every three years. The study is not select students by grade, but by age and only tests year-olds, whatever their school level.
In this regard we hope it will be shared and used within the context of UN Reform and donor harmonization. More particularly, we hope it will be adopted by the UN Education Theme Group at the country level in developing the education component of a Common Country Assessment/UN Development Assistance Framework and. One of the most important characteristics of any quality assessment is content validity. Simply put, content validity means that the assessment measures what it is intended to measure for its intended purpose, and nothing more. For example, if an assessment is designed to measure Algebra I performance, then reading comprehension issues should.
Computers & Education aims to increase knowledge and understanding of ways in which digital technology can enhance education, through the publication of high-quality research, which extends theory and practice. The Editors welcome research papers on the pedagogical uses of digital technology, where the focus is broad enough to be of interest to a wider education community. The specific actions needed to help an organization shift from a rules-based quality environment to a true culture of quality will differ from company to company, but the first step in the process.
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Changing contexts of quality assessment. Utrecht: Lemma, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Don F Westerheijden; John Brennan; Peter A M Maassen; Centrum voor Studies van het Hoger Onderwijsbeleid (Enschede, Netherlands).
In so doing, the writers recognise that validity and reliability - the traditional canons of assessment – remain foundational and therefore necessary.
However, they are not of themselves sufficient for quality education. The book argues that assessment needs to be radically reconsidered in the context of unprecedented societal change. This chapter discusses three basic concepts: (1) what is meant by quality of care and quality of life in nursing homes; (2) what is known about the techniques available for quality assessment—that is, for determining how good the quality of care and quality of life are in a nursing home; and (3) how these concepts should affect the design of a regulatory system that would effectively ensure.
Westerheijden, Don F., Brennan, John and Maassen, Peter A.M., eds. () Changing contexts of quality assessment: recent trends in Western European higher education.
Management and policy in higher education. (20). Uitgeverij Lemma, Utrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN Full text not available from this repository. Publisher. This tutorial presents the "wrong" and the "right" context for change management when you are working to engage project teams and senior leaders in the principles and application of change management.
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In this work, making use of Tinoca, Oliveira and Pereira () framework for assessment quality in digital contexts, we discuss the students' perspective about self and peer assessment practices in online environments.
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