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  • An-other look at assessment: Assessment in learning

    Earl, Kerry; Giles, David (Massey University, 2011)
    This article seeks to review understandings of educational assessment as revealed in the phrases teachers use (assessment of learning, assessment for learning and assessment as learning). We propose a reconsideration of ...
  • Chinese international students' experience of studying online in New Zealand.

    Earl, Kerry; Cong, Yan (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2011)
    Reasons distance students seek online study options include pursuing subjects of interest, taking subjects not available to them locally, or gaining a qualification from an institution of specialisation or reputation. ...
  • Confidence in assessment decisions when using ICT

    Earl, Kerry; Ussher, William (Bill) Grant (Centre for Distance Education and Learning Technologies, University of Otago College of Education, 2012)
    The central question addressed in this paper is: How can teachers and schools have confidence in their assessment decisions when using information communication technologies (ICT)? The answer centres on what makes quality ...
  • Establishing the "new" into "the way we do things": Reviewing paper aims and content in response to national and local developments.

    Earl, Kerry (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2010)
    This paper reports on a review of "Professional practice and inquiry I" in response to local and national developments. The introduction of The New Zealand Curriculum (Ministry of Education, 2007) raised questions for ...
  • Self-assessment: Questioning my classroom practice

    Earl, Kerry (Massey University, 2013)
    Self-assessment activities have become commonplace in classroom environments. Just like most other primary teachers I use self-assessment activities in my classroom practice with good intentions for encouraging children ...

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