Integrated Assessment Systems for Improved Learning

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Integrated Assessment Systems for Improved Learning

The use of assessments globally are changing from current accountability or outcomes models like those used by OECD in PISA, the Emirates in their “,external outcome measures”,EMSA programme and in the United States under NCLB to more formative, interim and mixed mode assessments or systems that support learning. This move is presumably due to the need to enhance learning and instruction in a more systematic manner, focusing on aspects of teacher improvement and support, continuous progress monitoring or individual student growth modeling in order to prepare students for success in university or prepare them for careers internationally. This paper focuses on the policy and practice implications in designing a learning system that incorporates the best practices of instruction, assessment and professional development while ,fulfilling the needs of so many different and diverse stakeholders. Specifically the paper will focus on the use of technology in providing real time “,authentic”, and highlights how to fulfill ,these goals quickly and economically.

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