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Inside Teaching : October 2010
Inside Teaching | October 2010 CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT 28 The idea that testing somehow improves learning just by itself is misguided: testing usefully improves learning when it informs teaching. JOHN DAVIDSON explains. Turning NAPLAN to your advantage Using data to personalise learning