Lesson learned from the discrepancy between the policy of the systemic and school assessment

Ming Yan NGAN

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Abstract

In regarding to the latest assessment implementation from systemic and schools level, a qualitative research method adopted by interviewing twenty-three principals in this study in studying with the aims at finding discrepancy between the systemic and school level and the reasons behind. There are five significant findings on “one size does not fit all, a matter of survival, unbearable workload for teachers, from joyful learning to drilling, and limited time and space in catering for learner diversity. Based on findings, it proposes two conclusions in looking for the gap between intended reform and implemented reform, and attending to the superficial and neglecting the essentials. Lastly, there are four recommendations be raised.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2007

Citation

Ngan, M.-Y. (2007, April). Lesson learned from the discrepancy between the policy of the systemic and school assessment. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: The World of Educational Quality, Chicago, IL.

Keywords

  • Educational Evaluation

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