Assessments get most attention but have least importance in teaching: survey


Assessments get most attention but have least importance in teaching: survey
  1. Assessments get most attention but have least importance in teaching: survey
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    It's a frustration commonly voiced by teachers and educators: the media dedicate far more coverage to issues that are in reality the least important when it comes to effective teaching and…
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It's a frustration commonly voiced by teachers and educators: the media dedicate far more coverage to issues that are often the least important when it comes to effective teaching and learning.

Now there's a measure of that priority gap.

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