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Assessment in Technology is not a Written Language Exercise

Dawn Coburn and Angela Miller

Technology students often have widely varying knowledge and skills, so making qualification credits accessible to all is a challenge for the teacher. This study focused on real-life contexts, formative student–teacher interactions, and alternatives to written assessment to achieve this aim. The focus was on capturing evidence of learning, through techniques that supported the students’ technological practice.

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