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n Education as Change - Assessing communities of practice : editorial

Volume 9, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1682-3206
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Extracted from text ... EDITORIAL Assessing communities of practice One of the dominant themes in this edition of Education as Change is the quest for alternative forms of assessment. Natalie Hyde-Clarke proposes the use of online continuous assessment in her article, while both sets of authors, Linda du Plessis and Imelda Koen and Mary Grosser and Kobus Lombard suggest the use of portfolio assessment. Louise Botha, Neels Fourie and Hester Geyser reflect on the impact large classes have on assessment, as an integral part of the teachingteaching- assessment triad. These four articles aim to investigate the possibilities of "a greater and improved learning experience" ..

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