Assessment practices of adult educators in Mamelodi Adult Learning Centers
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This study explores the assessment practices of adult educators in Mamelodi Adult Learning Centers using a qualitative methodology. The study recognizes that assessment is an important activity within the education and training enterprise since it can be used to improve the quality of teaching as well as improve and support the learning process. The study sets out to investigate how Mamelodi adult educators conceptualize assessment; the skills levels of these educators; the nature of support and training these educators received to enhance their assessment practices; the different assessment methods employed by the adult educators to assess learners; and the educational validity and efficacy of these practices.
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