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  • Outcomes-based assessment for South African teachers
  • Meyer L, Lombard BJJ, Warnich P, Wolhuter CC
  • ISBN: 9780627027482
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: N/A
  • 212 Pages | Published: 2010

The adoption of the Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) curriculum in South Africa has caused much confusion and frustration among teachers, particularly with regard to the implementation of Outcomes-Based Assessment (OBA). Not all teachers have been adequately prepared for this didactic paradigm shift ? something that has serious implications for effective teaching and learning, and which may become a major obstacle in the attainment of the critical educational outcomes that the education authorities have set for South Africa. Outcomes-Based Assessment for South African teachers therefore introduces the theoretical underpinnings of OBE and OBA and provides useful guidelines in terms of practical application in the classroom.

Outcomes-Based Assessment examines OBA in all phases of education, and highlights the problems that educators experience. It deals with each of the stages, with practical examples: planning and preparation, implementation and analysis, and the recording and reporting of assessment. It concludes with a summary of current thinking about the way forward for OBE and OBA in South African schools.

Outcomes-Based Assessment is aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate education students. It will also be particularly useful to prospective and in-service educators as an introduction to a field which dominates the entire educational system in South Africa at primary, secondary and tertiary educational levels.

Chapter 1 Outcomes-Based Education in South Africa: a brief overview
Chapter 2 Outcomes-Based Assessment: exploring the territory
Chapter 3 Outcomes-Based Assessment in South Africa: issues and challenges
Chapter 4 The planning of Outcomes-Based Assessment in South African schools
Chapter 5 Guidelines for the implementation of Outcomes-Based Assessment in South African schools
Chapter 6 Outcomes-Based Education and Outcomes-Based Assessment in South African schools: the way forward?
Chapter 7 Epilogue

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