Assessment for Learning Techniques in the Pacific Island Context: What are Teachers’ Views?

Julie Serow, Julie Clark

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Abstract

This study investigated teachers’ views, all from a Pacific Island context, of assessment practices as it relates to mathematics learning in early childhood, primary, and secondary settings. Based on the analysis of these views, collected via a written survey (n=25) from invited workshop participants in Nauru, a series of four mathematics assessment workshops was designed where the participants engaged in the creation of authentic assessment tasks that are linked to the teaching/learning cycle. Post-surveys and in-depth interviews with six teachers explored their views about using authentic assessment in Nauru. The teachers’ views concern the purpose of assessment and their current assessment practices.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationproceedings of the 42st Annual Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, July, 2019. Perth: MERGA.
EditorsHine Gregory, Blackley Susan, Cooke Audrey
Place of PublicationPerth
Pages644-651
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-920846-31-2
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2019

Keywords

  • education
  • student engagement
  • student assessment
  • Nauru

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