The Philosophy And Practice Of Assessment

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Adam Crownover; Claire Schultz; Emma Thomas; Nancy Ward this is claire… i’ve gone through and highlighted some areas that may have some issues… i’ll offer a suggestion for rewording on the side
Nancy: I am good with revising anything. I think we need to get all of the sources tied to the definitions first so as we are working, if we want to go back and look at the original source, we can.

Definitions Relating to Assessment

1. Assessment: In education, “assessment” is used to refer to both the underlying philosophical framework and methods of measurement that are used to document or inform student readiness, progress towards objectives, and learning generally by stakeholders with potential implications for future actions.
Allen, M. J. (2003). Assessing academic programs in higher education. San Francisco:
Jossey-Bass.
Astin, A. & Antonio, A. (2012). Assessment for excellence: The philosophy and practice of assessment in higher education. (2nd ed.). Plymouth, United Kingdom: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Assessment (n.d.). In The Glossary of Educational Reform. Retrieved from http://edglossary.org/assessment/ Conley, D. (2015). A new era for educational assessment. Education Policy Analysis Archives,
23(8), pp. 1-40.
Schunk, D. H. (2011). Learning theories: An educational perspective 6th ed. Boston: Pearson.
2. Due process: Due process is the fundamental principle of fairness in all legal matters. Within education, due process is largely concerned
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