Assessment in Schools: Principles in Practice offers a collection of titles that provide accessible exploration of individual assessment concepts, while collectively providing a comprehensive overview and discussion of assessment practices in schools. This research-informed and practice-oriented book series aims to make assessment theory accessible by explaining its implications and applications in practice, providing guidance on designing and implementing quality assessment practices, giving authentic examples from current practices, and offering on-going support to readers through media-rich resources on accompanying websites.
Some key assessment competencies to be covered in the series are:
• Designing quality authentic assessments;
• Understanding and using rubrics;
• Developing self-assessment for reflective and self-directed learning;
• Formative assessments practice as part of an effective teaching and learning process.
Authors interested to contribute to this series can submit their proposal to Routledge Commissioning Editor, Katie Peace at [email protected]
Designing Quality Authentic Assessments
Kelvin Heng Kiat Tan
April 15, 2020
Rubrics offer concrete artefacts of what schools evaluate to be of merit, and what educators and schools value to be worth rewarding. Assessment Rubrics Decoded offers insights into a myriad of issues that affect, and are affected by, the construction of merit in students’ learning and the...
Tay Hui Yong
April 24, 2018
This book examines the principles and practice of authentic assessment. It seeks to answer the following questions. What is authentic assessment? How is authentic assessment different from 'performance assessment' or 'alternative assessment'? How can authentic assessment support learner-centred...