Educational Assessment in New Zealand Schools

@inproceedings{Crooks2002EducationalAI,
  title={Educational Assessment in New Zealand Schools},
  author={Terry J. Crooks},
  year={2002}
}
This profile describes the methods of assessing student learning used in New Zealand schools. It starts with contextual information about New Zealand, the structure of its education system and the organisation of schools and the curriculum. After introducing important assessment issues, it describes and discusses assessment in primary and intermediate schools, within-school assessment in secondary schools, assessment for qualifications in secondary schools and the monitoring of student… CONTINUE READING

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