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Academic Achievement Assessment: Principle and Methodology

This book consists of introduction to academic achievement assessment, international comparison of academic achievement assessment and reference, as well as theoretical system and practice strategy of academic achievement assessment. The study indicates that the development trends of foreign academic achievement assessment are: establishing a complete education quality monitoring system; paying more attention to the function and value of independent education quality monitoring institution and intermediary organization; the orientation based on the integrated development of students growing more apparent; marching from "evaluation of study" to "evaluation for study"; and placing educational equity in a prominent position. This book is easy to understand and readable for professionals like teachers, educational researchers and particularly those engaged in academic achievement.

Prof. Dr. Tian Huisheng, an eminent educationalist in China whose research has made significant impact on teachers and education policy-makers at different levels. He currently serves as the president of the National Institute for Curriculum andTextbook Research and former president of National Institute for Educational Sciences (NIES), the Director-General of the Basic Education Curriculum and Textbook Development Center, and the Secretary-General of the National Advisory Committee on Basic Education Curriculum and Textbook under the Ministry of Education. His book - “Academic Achievement Assessment: Principle and Methodology” reviews the historic development of Academic Achievement Assessment, describes China’s achievements and problems , and summarizes the international experiences and development trends in the field of Academic Achievement Assessment. The book describes the theory, principles and methods, and especially highlights details in matters of technical issues and implementation of Academic Achievement Assessment


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