Evaluation in Education, Volume 1 is a series of monographs that compiles various studies that cover the methodologies and techniques utilized in evaluating student performance in various educational systems. The first material is a comparative study of the differences in the achievement of overtime between ethnic groups in Israeli elementary school. Next, the book presents a paper about defining educational objectives. The next study discusses the various aspects of a multiple choice type of test. The last article tackles the impact of success and failure on the learner. The text will be of great use to individuals involved in the development and implementation of student evaluation related policies in educational institutions.
Editorial Preface Differences in Achievement: A Comparison Over Time of Ethnic Group Achievement in the Israeli Elementary School On Defining Educational Objectives Multiple Choice: A State of the Art Report The Impact of Success and Failure on the Learner Index
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- © Pergamon 1979
- 1st January 1979
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