ASSESSMENT FOR IMPROVING LEARNING

Present systems of examining, its rationale, functions and development have engaged the attention of researchers and stakeholders of education in this country.

In the English-speaking West African countries constituting the WAEC, the menace of examination leakages has played no mean role in efforts to fashion out a more adequate examining modules that could help enhance teaching and learning in our schools. Other considerations include fairness to students and maintaining the standards already set by the Examining Bodies.

It is in the light of the above that this paper is relevant. This paper attempts to discuss the topic Assessment for Improving Learning. Its focus is on examining the role of assessment as a tool for improving learning with particular reference to pre-tertiary education in Ghana.

The paper also looks at the Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment and how the three components are linked and their impact on learning.

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