In a few weeks' time I'll be running another one of my Assessment in Computing courses, and I have some workshops coming up as well (more details soon). As part of the course I include a hefty booklet containing, amongst other things, a comprehensive list of questions by which to evaluate your own practice, and a list of resources. It's the latter that I wish to talk about.
You'd think that finding and collating lists of assessment-related resources would be fairly straightforward, but in my experience there are a number of challenges.
First, when it comes to assessment in general, there are hundreds, maybe even thousands, of books, articles, and videos on the subject. So the first challenge is to try and identify ones that seem most likely to be useful and relevant.
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Terry Freedman is an independent educational ICT consultant with over 35 years of experience in education. He publishes the ICT in Education website and the newsletter “Digital Education."