Table of contents for Assessing skills and practice / Ruth Pickford and Sally Brown.

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Acknowledgements & thanks
Introduction - Assessing live and practical skills: key issues
1.	The importance of good practical assessment design
2.	Assessing practical skills: the value of formative assessment
3.	Ensuring equivalence of experience for disabled students
4.	Assessing diverse students fairly
5.	Fostering independent learning: assessing self- and time- management skills
6.	Assessing presentations and other oral work
7.	Assessing practical skills in laboratories
8.	Assessing the production of artefacts in the studio and the workshop
9.	Assessing live performance
10.	Assessing process
11.	Using other stakeholders to assess student achievement
12.	Assessing live and practical skills: the values that underpin our approach
Bibliography and further reading

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Universities and colleges -- Examinations.
College students -- Rating of.
Education, Higher -- Evaluation.