Assessment Models Using Moodle Activities Phil Danby, Emily Webb, Chris Meadows

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Assessment Models Using Moodle Activities Phil Danby, Emily Webb, Chris Meadows

  1. 1. Manchester Metropolitan University Assessment Models Using Moodle Activities • Emily Webb • Phil Danby • Chris Meadows
  2. 2. Introduction • Self-selecting assessments • Activities for formative and peer assessment • Activities for critique and reflection
  3. 3. Self-selecting assessments Emily Webb • BA Honours Contemporary Theatre and Performance • 28 first year full-time students
  4. 4. Self- selecting assessments • Uses choice and group • Choices are constructively aligned to provide a complete summative assessment • 4 blocks, complete each assignment type twice • Proactive
  5. 5. Assessment
  6. 6. Choice tool and groups xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  7. 7. Advantages • Control • Choices • Flexibility • Time • Configurations of groups • First years • Tutor
  8. 8. Student’s view • Best thing about this unit – having the independence to go off in groups and devise a piece on the subjects we are researching • Working with a variety of people, learning new things
  9. 9. Phil Danby Manchester Metropolitan University Using Moodle activities to provide the opportunity for formative and peer assessment within a blended learning environment. Comprised of structured forums and Moodle assignments to support classroom and online collaboration activities, providing assessment milestones throughout. Engagement in the activities informs and enables students to undertake 2 summative assessments.
  10. 10. Overview of the unit
  11. 11. Leading on a Discussion (formative) Preparation Forum (separate groups) Follow-up Discussion (open forum) Informs the summative activities
  12. 12. Forum Activity Example of Preparation Forum Peer Assessment
  13. 13. Summative Assessment Preparation Forum Follow-up Discussion Personal Presentation & Submission of supporting materials Submission of summary – feedback provided Peer Assessment Submission of 3500 word report
  14. 14. Activities for critique and reflection Chris Meadows
  15. 15. Conclusion • Self-selecting assessments • Activities for formative and peer assessment • Activities for critique and reflection
  16. 16. Contact details: • e.webb@mmu.ac.uk • p.danby@mmu.ac.uk • c.meadows@mmu.ac.uk cc Bilal Kamoon

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