Assessing Students' Affect Related to Assessment for Learning
|Author(s)||Rick Stiggins, W. James Popham|
|Publication date||June 2008|
|publication pdf||Assessing Students' Affect Related to Assessment for Learning|
Teachers who currently implement AFL have no systematic way of discerning the affective impact of this approach on their students. In an effort to provide teachers with tools for tracking students' affect related to Assessment for Learning (AfL), the authors have developed three age-appropriate affective inventories
for use by teachers who wish to discern the impact of their instruction on those affective dispositions most likely to be influenced by an AfL approach.
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