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1. 1. School-Based Assessment in Hong Kong

1.1. Assessment for Learning (Black & Wiliam, 2004)

1.1.1. 10 AfL Principles

1.2. Assessment Reforms in 2005

1.3. Introduction to SBA, 2007

1.4. Aligning Assessment with Curriculum Reform, 2008

1.5. SBA Handbook, 2009

2. 4. Teacher as Mediator

2.1. Vygotsky, 1978

2.1.1. 'mediated assistance'

2.1.2. 'more capable partner'

2.2. Campione, 1989

2.3. Swain, 1984

2.3.1. 'bias for best'

2.4. Lantolf & Poehner, 2004; 2005

2.4.1. Interventionist Approach

2.4.2. Interactionist Approach

2.5. Wiliam, 2005

2.5.1. 'Move learners forward'

2.6. Rea-Dickins, 2006

2.6.1. 'nurturing' language development

2.7. Davison, 2007

2.7.1. 'partners in the assessment process'

2.8. Leung, 2007

2.8.1. 'a pro-learning form of assessment'

2.8.2. 'joint accomplishment'

3. 5. Impact on Student Learning

4. 6. Teacher Capacity-Building

5. 2. 'New' Notion of Feedback

5.1. Stiggins, 1998

5.1.1. 'educative assessment'

5.2. Wiggins, 2004

5.2.1. 'assessment as feedback'

5.3. Cowie, 2005

5.3.1. 'feed-forward'

6. 3. What is 'interactive assessment'?