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Assessment and the management of learning

by Tony Ghaye

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This book offers advice for everyone involved in managing and implementing the National Curriculum at Key Stages one and two. It suggests how teachers might develop a school assessment policy, and in doing so, manage larning more effectively. The seven chapters represent a comprehensive "cycle of improvement". Chapter 1 describes the external pressures and influences on the school brought about by ERA. Chapter 2 focuses on what goes on in the classroom. Chaper 3 deals with the reasons for developing a schools assessment policy. The final four chapters answer the questions: how do teachers set about developing an assessment policy? How might they put it into practice? How do they check it is working? How do they keep it going?

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