FORUM Volume 59 (2017) Issue 2

ISSN 0963-8253

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Assessment: crisis and resistance

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Editorial. Time to Change the Conversation, pages 117‑119
HOWARD STEVENSON

Editorial. Assessment: crisis and resistance, pages 121‑127
TERRY WRIGLEY

Assessment: the alternative, pages 129‑132
MORE THAN A SCORE

Assessment in English 3 to 11, pages 133‑140
JOHN RICHMOND

Some Modest Proposals, pages 141‑144
TERRY WRIGLEY

National Tests in Denmark: CAT as a pedagogic tool, pages 145‑148
JAKOB WANDALL

Accountability, pages 149‑152
MICHAEL FIELDING, FRED INGLIS

Homo Sapiens 1.0: human development and policy construction, pages 153‑158
PAM JARVIS

Loris Malaguzzi, Reggio Emilia and Democratic Alternatives to Early Childhood Education Assessment, pages 159‑168
GUY ROBERTS-HOLMES

Linking Past and Present: John Dewey and assessment for learning, pages 169‑174
SHAREN KUCEY, JIM PARSONS

What Could Replace the Phonics Screening Check during the Early Years of Reading Development?, pages 175‑182
JONATHAN GLAZZARD

Authenticity, Validity and Reliability in A-level English Literature, pages 183‑188
JOHN HODGSON

Assessing Primary Literacy through Grammar Tests, pages 189‑190
JOHN HODGSON

Grammar and Great Literature, pages 191‑194
JOHN RICHMOND

Assessment of Primary Writing in 2016, pages 195‑196
ROS WILSON

Governing by Numbers: local effects on students' experiences of writing, pages 197‑200
NERIDA SPINA

Thinking Out of the Exams Box: assessment through talk?, pages 201‑206
VALERIE COULTAS

Maths is More than Getting the Right Answer: redressing the balance through observation, pages 207‑216
GAWAIN LITTLE, JO HORN, STEPH GILROY-LOWE

Assessing the Humanities in the Primary School Using a Portfolio-based Approach, pages 217‑222
TONY EAUDE

Authentic Assessment through Rich Tasks, pages 223‑226
TERRY WRIGLEY

Creative Learning, pages 227‑230
†GRANT WIGGINS

The Assessment System is Unsustainable: how can we make it better?, pages 231‑236
GEMMA MOSS

The Grass Roots Speak, pages 237‑240
JOHN COE

What's Wrong with the EBacc?, pages 241‑252
JOHN QUICKE

Revisiting and Recovering an Educational Approach to School Inspection, pages 253‑258
COLIN RICHARDS

Thinking Out of the Exams Box: assessment through talk?, pages 259‑272
DAVID DIXON

The Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Conservative Educational Policy, pages 273‑280
JAMES PERCIVAL

The Human Cost of Producing Human Capital, pages 281‑290

BOOK REVIEWS, pages 293‑302

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