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NEMP experiences: Teachers talk about lessons learned and changes to their assessment practices

Alison Gilmore

Each year, the National Education Monitoring Project (NEMP) engages teachers to work intensively with children administering a wide range of assessment tasks, and to mark children’s recorded performances. It has been found that teachers benefit enormously professionally and personally from these experiences, taking away many valuable insights about teaching, the curriculum and assessment practices. Five teachers talk about what they have gained from being involved as a NEMP administrator or marker, and what lessons they have implemented in their classroom or school.

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