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by Mary Jane Drummond
208 pages/ paperback
Unlike much work on assessment that has appeared lately, this book goes beyond alternative techniques and instruments and proposes that accurate assessment must begin with close observation of children's learning before they can begin any accurate assessment. Drummond believes that children have a right to education , and teachers can only meet their responsibilities for children through judicious assessment based on observation in all subjects. She argues that assessment is not simply an objective or mechanical task, but a process involving the subjective perceptions of the teacher in which an understanding of children's learning can be used to create and improve curriculum.
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