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Why I believe we should test pupils at age four

Why I believe we should test pupils at age four | Assessment | Scoop.it
Assessment as a child enters education would help measure true progress from starting school to leaving for key stage three, argues Russell Hobby
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Assessment for learning: are you using it effectively in your classroom?

Assessment for learning: are you using it effectively in your classroom? | Assessment | Scoop.it
Assessment for learning is particularly useful for supporting low-attaining pupils, but many schools find it difficult to implement. Chris Harrison looks at what's going wrong
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GCSE results: push for league tables overhaul

GCSE results: push for league tables overhaul | Assessment | Scoop.it
Thinktank says existing thresholds create incentives for schools to 'game' the system in pursuit of better rankings
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Educational assessment in Norway

Educational assessment in Norway | Assessment | Scoop.it
(2013). Educational assessment in Norway. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice. ???aop.label???. doi: 10.1080/0969594X.2013.830079
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Assessment for learning: are you using it effectively in your classroom?

Assessment for learning: are you using it effectively in your classroom? | Assessment | Scoop.it
Assessment for learning is particularly useful for supporting low-attaining pupils, but many schools find it difficult to implement. Chris Harrison looks at what's going wrong
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GCSE results: Schools end up teaching to the test rather than improving subject knowledge, warns headteachers' leader

GCSE results: Schools end up teaching to the test rather than improving subject knowledge, warns headteachers' leader | Assessment | Scoop.it
Schools are teaching to the test during GCSE years rather than concentrating on improving their pupils' subject knowledge, a headteachers' leader warned today.
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