Case study of Elsie's Conceptions of Assessment

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1. Sources of Conceptions

1.1. Beliefs of Teaching/Learning

1.1.1. Enjoyment

1.1.2. Differences in subjects (music vs maths)

1.1.3. Differences in abilities of students

1.2. Education system

1.2.1. PSLE

1.2.2. MOE policies

2. WHAT: "Not just pen and paper tests"

2.1. Not about regular tests/exams

2.2. Not about CA/SA

2.3. "Mode"/"way" of checking students' learning

3. HOW: Specific classroom activities

3.1. 'Drilling' (maths)

3.2. Feedback for parents (maths)

3.3. Individual feedbacks (maths)

3.4. Adjust teaching/learning (more music)

3.5. Peer/self assessment (music)

3.6. Formative assessment?

4. WHY

4.1. Passing well for PSLE (maths)

4.2. Enjoying music

5. Problems/Issues

5.1. Too many top down policies?

5.2. Practical for teachers?

5.3. Balancing students' needs and teacher's workloads