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|Teaching practice can be regarded as that the practical section of teacher preparation programmes and it is valued as a critical component in the teacher education which enable preservice teachers to perform the theory acquired at their teacher training institution and put it into practice. During teaching practice, the pre-service teachers will be assessed by the institution supervisors and school mentors using formative and summative assessment to measure the development of their teaching skills as well as all the required skills to be a quality teacher according to the requirement by the teacher training institutions. The purpose of this paper is to study the assessment framework that available in the literature that can use to assess pre-service teacher during teaching practice placement in the school. This article reviewed current assessment literature on teaching practice assessment framework using a qualitative approach to analyse the result using 21st-century assessment fundamentals. Specifically, this study adopted scoping studies framework to examine the available knowledge regarding assessment framework to assess pre-service teacher during teaching practice placement. The findings from available literature reveal fourteen frameworks that will enable teacher training institutions effectively evaluate their pre-service teachers during teaching practice. This framework was further analysed using Greenstein's 21st-century assessment fundamentals to evaluate the available framework ability toward 21st-century assessment. The analysis had shown that there were two areas of fundamentals that need to be rework which is flexible and communicated.|
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