Assessment and Learning by John Gardner

By John Gardner

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Often true or mostly true. They were then asked to make a second response, this time about their values, and to indicate how important they felt any giwn practice was in creating opportunities for students to learn. The response categories were: not at all important, of limited importance, important or crucial. A fifth option was providt'd enabling respondents to record particularly strong negative value if they considered the statement to constitute bad practice. 1 below provides an illustration of the dual-format scales which enabled us to compare practices (scale X) with values (scale Y) and identify practice-value gaps.

2003; see Chapter l) and others investigated by Harlen (2000) illustrate. But some disjunction between 'espoused theory' and 'theory-in-practice' (Schon, 1983) is common, as is a lack of thL'Qretical cohert'na-. >s if they are deemecl to 'work' well enough, and whether the need for consistency between teaching.. learning and assessment might be overrated. lre (see James and Brown. 2005, for a discussion of questions for assessment arising from different conceptions of learning outcomes). As Chapler 4- makes clear, the most ,""luable le"rning oulcomes in enabling human flourishing - as citizens, as workers, as family and community members and as fulfilled individuals- are those tlult allow continued learning..

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