Assessment in secondary science
Assessment in secondary science

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Assessment in secondary science

Further reading

Assessment Reform Group (ARG) (2004) ‘Testing, motivation and learning’, Cambridge, ARG [Online]. Available at 2012/ 01/ tml.pdf [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (Accessed 4 March 2016).
McMillan, J. and Hearn, J. (2008) ‘Student self-assessment: the key to stronger student motivation and higher achievement’, Educational Horizons, vol. 87, no. 1, pp. 40–9, which you can find via the Open University Library.
ProTeachersVideo (2006) ‘Secondary assessment – assessment for learning: questions and answers’, April. Available at Programme/ 3308/ secondary-assessment-assessment-for-learning-questions-and-answers (Accessed 4 March 2016).
Wiliam, D. (n.d.) ‘Self and peer assessment’, Journey to Excellence [Online]. Available at videos/ expertspeakers/ selfandpeerassessmentdylanwiliam.asp (Accessed 4 March 2016).
Wiliam, D. (2011) Embedded Formative Assessment, Bloomington, Indiana, Solution Tree Press.

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