This series heralds the idea that new times call for new and different thinking about assessment and learning, the identities of teachers and students, and what is involved in using and creating new knowledge. Its scope is consistent with a view of assessment as inherently connected with cultural, social practices and contexts. Assessment is a shared enterprise where teachers and students come together to not only develop knowledge and skills, but also to use and create knowledge and identities. Working from this position, the series confronts some of the major educational assessment issues of our times.
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