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書名 Monitoring the quality of education in schools [electronic resource] : examples of feedback into systems from developed and emerging economies / edited by Vanessa Scherman, Roel J. Bosker, Sarah J. Howie
出版項 Rotterdam : SensePublishers : Imprint: SensePublishers, 2017
國際標準書號 9789463004534 (electronic bk.)
9789463004510 (paperback)
9789463004527 (hardback)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-94-6300-453-4 doi
book jacket
說明 viii, 204 p. : ill., digital ; 24 cm
附註 Preface -- The Role of Monitoring in Enhancing the Quality of Education -- Section 1: Conceptual Issues -- Feedback of Monitoring Data and Its Role in Decision Making at School and Classroom Level -- Understanding Monitoring Systems in Different Contexts: A Focus on Curriculum Development, Teacher Agency and Monitoring Systems: A Proposed Monitoring System to Support Teaching and Learning in a Changing Society -- Monitoring, Accountability and Professional Knowledge: Reflections on South African Schooling -- Monitoring and School Self-Evaluation: Examples of and Implications for South Africa -- Section 2: Worked Examples -- The Role of Feedback Report Characteristics and User Professionalisation in Using Student Monitoring Systems for Data-Driven Decision Making -- Understanding Monitoring in the United Kingdom Context -- Using Performance Monitoring Data for Teaching Purposes: Evidence from the Netherlands -- Section 3: System Level Monitoring -- Evidence from the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) and How Teachers and Their Practice Can Benefit -- Teacher's Competence and Performance and Its Effect on Pupil Achievement in Upper Primary Education in Mozambique: What Does SACMEQ Data Tell Us? -- Section 4: Future Pathways -- Frameworks for the Analysis of Monitoring Data Related to Achievement -- Monitoring Systems for the Future: Success in a Global Economy
The monitoring of quality has been part of the educational landscape for many decades. Originally the need to monitor arose as part of an economic process whereby policy makers wanted to discern the return on investment in education. This bottom line thinking, while still prominent, has receded into the background in light of global changes and the emergence of a global economy. Now in addition to the question "what is the return on investment?", the more important question is "are the students in schools ready to participate in the economy of a 21st century society?". This is underpinned by the inquiry into what knowledge and competencies are required for students to participate meaningfully in nation-building. This inquiry can only be undertaken by means of monitoring, evaluating where the students are and what is required so that students reach their potential. In an ever-changing technologically-oriented world the manner in which competencies and knowledge are identified and how these need to be measured and identified is important. In this book, the theory and practice of underpinning the monitoring of the quality of education is described. This is followed by a number of practical examples, in the form of country case studies, on how theory plays out in practice. The book further provides common themes across developed and developing emerging economies underscoring the need for approaches which are locally relevant but internationally transferable
Host Item Springer eBooks
主題 Educational evaluation
Education
Education, general
Alt Author Scherman, Vanessa
Bosker, Roel J
Howie, Sarah J
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