English in Education, Spring 2017: Assessment and Learning | natewords

English in Education, Spring 2017: Assessment and Learning | natewords

Are all thy conquests, glories, spoils, Shrunk to this little measure?
Julius Caesar, Act III, scene I

Annie Harris, Guest Editor
Associate Dean, Schol of Education & Professional Development, University of Huddersfield

What is assessment and how can we, as educators, ensure assessment of learning, and perhaps more particularly assessment for learning?   During the last thirty years, in many English-speaking countries, change has been endemic in the teaching and assessment of English. Some developments have been based on research related to key issues such as linguistic deprivation…

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