This paper reports on an investigation into teachers’ orientations towards selecting assessment strategies. It is important to understand this because their choice reflects their value for teaching and learning. Ninety-four teachers agreed to take part in interviews focusing on the strategies they used for assessing their students. It was found that teachers used many different kinds of assessment strategies and the selection of the strategies was linked to the different orientations of the teachers. In addition to the two frequently mentioned orientations, it was evident that there were at least three other orientations that had influenced teachers’ choice of assessment strategies.
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2006|
|Event||2006 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: Education Research in the Public Interest - San Francisco, United States|
Duration: 07 Apr 2006 → 11 Apr 2006
|Conference||2006 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: Education Research in the Public Interest|
|Period||07/04/06 → 11/04/06|
CitationBerry, R. S. Y. (2006, April). Teachers' orientations towards selecting assessment strategies. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: Education Research in the Public Interest, San Francisco, CA.
- Theory and Practice of Teaching and Learning