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Advanced Level Biology Teachers' Attitudes towards Assessment and Their Engagement in Assessment for Learning.

@article{BramwellLalor2015AdvancedLB,
  title={Advanced Level Biology Teachers' Attitudes towards Assessment and Their Engagement in Assessment for Learning.},
  author={Sharon Bramwell-Lalor and M. Rainford},
  journal={European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education},
  year={2015},
  volume={4},
  pages={380-396}
}
  • Sharon Bramwell-Lalor, M. Rainford
  • Published 2015
  • European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education
  • This paper reports on a Mixed Methods study involving an investigation into the attitudes of advanced level biology teachers towards assessment and describes the teachers’ experiences while being engaged in Assessment for Learning (AfL) practices such as sharing of learning objectives and peer‐ and self‐assessment. Quantitative data were collected from 40 teachers using the researcher‐constructed Teachers’ Attitudes towards Assessment Questionnaire. Qualitative data were collected through… CONTINUE READING
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