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Learning Progression: Implications for Curriculum & Assessment

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Rethinking Learner Progression for the Future

Reports and Publications

The International Educational Assessment Network (IEAN) brings together policy makers and researchers from small nations and states to tackle collaboratively some of assessment’s most intransigent challenges. All IEAN reports and publications can be accessed from this page.   

 

Description: This paper presents arguments for placing the concept of learners’ progression at the centre of thinking about curriculum, pedagogy and assessment.

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First Published Online: 14 December 2020

Description: This short brief is targeted to policy makers in governments and school districts who may be thinking about learning progressions and the implications for curriculum, teaching, and assessment.

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First Published Online: 14 December 2020

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Imperatives for a Better Assessment Future During and Post COVID

Description: This paper examines the role of assessment as a key driver of change and provides research-informed advice for policy makers and education leaders working towards the creation of a better education future post COVID.

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First Published Online: 10 May 2021