Learners, Learning & Assessment
- Patricia Murphy - The Open University
Curriculum Development | Summative Assessment & Testing
Learners, Learning and Assessment is a Course Reader for The Open University course E836 Learning Curriculum and Assessment.
Easy to follow text and clear ideas as to how to use in practice. A really accessible text.
too academic an approach for the purpose intended. Good reference text for tutors and those wishing to delve more deeply into assessment. We wanted something more practical to relate theory and practice for trainees
i found this to be particularly difficult to read for my course. it contains lots of useful information but is quite difficult to process the information. the explanations are quite complicated but aspects of the content are good.
This is a well written text and it is presented in a logical format. A number of the chapters fit very nicely into the themes and contexts of our level seven qualification.
A good book for assessment. It is an essential read for both students and teachers.
A book written for new and existing teachers or assessors. It is easy to read and understand and encourages teachers to use different forms of assessments to assist their learners in achieving their goals.
The book will be valuable for the thrid year students who wish to look at types of assessment methods for thierrdissertation. It is a informative book with plently of areas to develop further and an excellent book. I will also be recommending to the PGCE students as they will benefit from the information within.
The chapters on the Curriculum and Assessment and Learning are useful. The second section is much too indepth for first degree Curriculum Studies students' needs.
Highly recommended. Supports undergraduate and postgraduate students to develop their understanding around a wide range of issues. So, delighted have recommend this text to colleague responsible for another (post grad) course.