Meaningful assessment for 21st century learning
- Warnich P, Golightly A, Bosch C
- ISBN: 9780627036934
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: 9780627036941
- 320 Pages | Published: 2021
FORTHCOMING TITLE: NEW PUBLICATION
In the rapidly changing world of the 21st century, this book contributes to a relevant, holistic and integrated approach to educational assessment – and its interdependence with curriculum, teaching and learning – covering both concept and practice. In the delivery of 21st century knowledge and skills, educators will be challenged with issues such as what to teach, what and how learners need to learn, and how to assess their work to accurately measure richer and more meaningful learning and
more complex tasks.
Meaningful assessment for 21st century learning seeks to address different learning contexts and disciplines by exploring how education theory, methodologies and approaches influence assessment practices in the 21st century.
Composed of 13 chapters, this book provides scholarly and scientific perspectives and addresses the theme of assessment in the context of 21st century learning, covering topics such as blended learning, inclusive education, problem-based learning, cooperative learning, and early childhood and adult learning. It further provides guidance on how to interpret assessment results and how to plan meaningful and sustainable assessment.
Meaningful assessment for 21st century learning will resonate with the broader educational community of scholars engaged in meaningful and effective educational assessment to promote 21st century skills.
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