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A comprehensive guide to assessment issues, particularly for those professionals coming to terms with the range of new pressures on their traditional teaching practices. The authors analyse traditional methods and offer suggestions for how they may be developed to suit modern learning and teaching practice. The book is intended as a practical resource, with reflection boxes and diagnostic tools that encourage readers to apply the principles to their own practice. Areas covered include using meaningful assessment techniques to assess large groups, the implications of flexible learning (fitting assessment to different timescales and pacing), the pros and cons of online assessment, tackling web plagiarism, authentication of student work, maintaining assessment standards, assessing generic skills and quality assurance. Throughout, the text emphasizes the need to diversify and adapt and takes an international more

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  • Book | 256 pages
  • Kogan Page Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0749438835
  • 9780749438838

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Lee Dunn, Chris Morgan, Meg O'Reilly and Sharon Parry all work at the Southern Cross University, Australia, where Chris Morgan is Educational Designer at the Teaching and Learning more

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