Assessment around the world
Scanning the UK and the world for the best assessment practices to learn from
Across the world schools, districts, states, countries, consortia, NGOs and international bodies are rethinking assessment.
There is a growing sense that most public examinations, especially in secondary education, don’t examine the right things.
The wider capabilities and dispositions wanted by employers such as creativity and collaborative problem solving are largely absent.
Important aspects of the development of character, resilience and social and emotional learning are missing.
Important aspects of practical and applied learning are almost entirely overlooked.