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Assessment in Geographical Education: An International Perspective by Theresa Bourke ISBN-10: 3030951383 ISBN-13: 978-3030951382, 9783030951382 ASIN: B09TKC2F2F

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(Key Challenges in Geography) 1st ed. Edition
by Theresa Bourke (Editor), Reece Mills (Editor), Rod Lane (Editor)
In  recent years there has been increased attention paid to the importance  of assessment in Geographical Education, the chosen subject for this  book. Assessment is an important tool for collecting information about  student learning and for providing timely data to inform key  stakeholders including students, teachers, parents and policymakers. To  be effective, assessment needs to be valid, reliable and fair. Validity  is about ensuring that we assess what we claim we are assessing.  Reliability is about measuring performance and understanding in a  consistent way. Without validity and reliability, assessment is unlikely  to provide equitable opportunities for students to demonstrate what  they know and can do. As geography educators it is therefore important  that we identify the core concepts and skills in geography that we want  students to master. We need a clear understanding of what the  progression of learning looks like for each concept and skill so we can  develop fit for purpose assessments that track and improve student  learning. While there is a substantial literature on evidence-based  assessment in secondary school contexts, research exploring  best-practice assessment in geography is rare. This is a concern given  the distinctive nature of geography and the important role of assessment  in the learning process
This scholarly collection seeks to  address this issue by connecting research in educational assessment with  the domain of geography. The chapters are written by leading  researchers in Geographical Education from across the globe. These  chapters provide examples of innovation through the collective voices of  geography teacher educator scholars from across Australia, USA, South  Korea, Germany, Switzerland and Singapore. What unifies the work in this  book, is that each chapter focuses on a key feature of the discipline  of geography, providing scholarly examples of evidence-based practices  for assessing student’s knowledge and skills

Year: 2022
Pages: 234
Language: English
Format: PDF
Publisher: Springer
ISBN-10: 3030951383
ISBN-13: 978-3030951382, 9783030951382