Exploring Primary School Teachers’ Conceptions of “Assessment for Learning”

@article{Rashid2014ExploringPS,
  title={Exploring Primary School Teachers’ Conceptions of “Assessment for Learning”},
  author={Rosdinah Abdul Rashid and J. H. Jaidin},
  journal={International Education Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={69-83}
}
  • Rosdinah Abdul Rashid, J. H. Jaidin
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • International Education Studies
  • This paper presents primary school teachers’ conceptions of ‘assessment for learning’ in government schools in Brunei Darussalam. The Ministry of Education in Brunei introduced a 21 st century education system (codenamed SPN21) in 2007 and one of the initiatives brought by SPN21 was the implementation of School Based Assessment for Learning (SBAfL). Prior to SBAfL, assessment in primary government schools was highly examination oriented, which placed a great emphasis on ‘assessment of learning… CONTINUE READING
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