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Running head: MODEL OF ASSESSMENT 1 Macdonald and Joughin Model of Assessment Dexter James Liberty University
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MODEL OF ASSESSMENT 2 Abstract This research is to look into the new assessment model developed by Macdonald and Joughin. The purpose of this paper is to explore 3 different ways to adapt the new model to better reflect the definition, purposes and approaches to assessment. This paper will also look at ways to incorporate the many levels of stakeholders into the levels of the Macdonald and Joughin model. And finally this research paper will incorporate reasons the staff will be important for the assessment model. Keywords : [Click here to add keywords.]
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MODEL OF ASSESSMENT 3 Macdonald and Joughin Model of Assessment Over decades educators and researchers have been continuously trying to improve universities and colleges. Through many methods have included assessment. There have been many methods of assessments and all have been critically evaluated. The main concern of educators and researchers is doing things better than that was has happen before. Assessment is something which is ‘experienced’, though not always positively, by almost all involved in a higher education institution: students, teachers, administrators, managers, policy makers, institutional leaders, library staff, the students union and those supporting students in professional contexts in which learning is assessed, e.g. the nursing supervisor, teaching mentor or manager of the placement student in businesses (Macdonald and Joughin, 2004). Joughin and Macdonald propose a model of assessment system in higher education that helps to make sense of the milieu, may be useful in identifying critical points for intervention, and may assist in seeing why attempts to improve assessment across a system, or in a particular part of a system, may succeed or fail (Macdonald and Joughin, 2004). Level 1 one of the model
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