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I am developing a system of assessment in the affective domain (to assess beliefs and attitudes) for groups of approximately 30 young people - has anyone had any successes with doing this sort of thing? I would like advice on references - books, web pages - where I could find out what works and what does not. I am particularly interested in using peer assessment and assessment which takes account of the 8 intelligences.

Penny Vingoe

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  1. Peter Honey Publications
    I have posted this recently, but it bares repeating.

    I have used Peter Honey’s manual ‘Explore Your Values’ to help me recognize the values and culture of people I am working with. It is relatively simply questionnaire, but never the less, it works for me.

    It can be used to look at the values and belief of people in the following areas:

    Attitudes & Behaviour
    Continuous Improvement
    Learning Organisation
    Feeling & Emotions
    Leading & Managing
    Learning & Development
    Responsibility & Accountability
    Strategic, thinking and planning

    Clearly, some of these areas will be irrelevant to your research, some may not.

    Here are the details:

    Title: ‘Explore Your Values’
    Author: Peter Honey Publications
    ISBN: 1 902899 01 6
    Web Site:

    Good Luck

    [email protected]


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