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Developing e-assessments for effective learning

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Moving on from Essays and Multiple Choice: developing e-assessments for effective learning

Moving on from Essays and Multiple Choice: developing e-assessments for effective learning

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  • 1. Moving on from Essays and Multiple Choice: developing e-assessments for effective learning Prof Liz Falconer Director Education Innovation Centre
  • 2. Forms of e-assessment Word-processed essays that are electronically submitted Computer-based assessments that are marked by computer systems Most frequently are …
  • 3. But what else could we do? Students can use a range of technologies to practice applying their skills in realistic simulations, demonstrating how they can apply a thorough understanding of theory in practical situations.
  • 4. But what else could we do? Students can build reflective online journals during the course of their studies. I think therefore I blog
  • 5. But what else could we do? In environments like virtual worlds, students can work alone or together to construct environments, items, buildings, machines and artwork, and demonstrate a wide range of creative abilities.
  • 6. Let’s help students to be successful!

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