COP 2013

The Fifth Community of Practices for Learner-Centred Education (COP) Conference January 28 & 29, 2013. The Tanzania Education Network/Mtandao wa Elimu Tanzania (TEN/MET), in cooperation with OXFAM GB, organized the Conference from January 28th-29th, 2013.

The conference theme was “Improving Assessment to enhance Learning”. The purpose was to bring together key education stakeholders, i.e. Government Officials, Teachers in schools, College Tutors, Academics, Education Officers, School Inspectors, Curriculum Developers, NECTA, and Education CSOs, to share ideas/experiences and work out ways on how to improve the quality of education in Tanzania through improving assessment.

The titles of the presentations were:

  • Modes & Nature of Assessment
  • How Assessment Relates with Expected Outcomes
  • How Language Affects Learning & Assessment
  • Feedback from and to Different Actors

The presentations were given by renown Tanzanian educationalists.

The following papers are available for download on the website. Except for the Keynote, which is listed first, papers are denoted by the authors' last name, in alphabetical order. Papers are in PDF format. For more information on previous COP conferences, click the "COP" tag below this article. The final report on the conference is being edited and will soon be available on the website for download.




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