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Assessment for Learning Using Moodle

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Assessment for Learning using Moodle

This presentation comes from a current 2010/2011 action learning project of the same name which is focused on the development and implementation of integrated assessment and learning strategies that aim to improve learner performance in the VET sector.
This project explores the five key strategies of "Assessment for Learning" in an e-learning context using Moodle as the application.
This presentation will discuss the "Assessment for Learning" strategies and how they are being implemented using Moodle as part of the current project and any findings so far.
More information on the Capability Builders - Assessment program can be found here: http://bit.ly/dfeest_cba.

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  • This presentation comes from a current 2010/2011 action learning project of the same name which is focused on the development and implementation of integrated assessment and learning strategies that aim to improve learner performance in the VET sector.This project explores the five key strategies of "Assessment for Learning" in an e-learning context using Moodle as the application. The project deliverables (due June 2011) will be guidelines that can be used by lecturers when developing e-learning resources and specifically the different Moodle functions and their applicability to the key strategies.This presentation will discuss the "Assessment for Learning" strategies and how they are being implemented using Moodle as part of the current project and any findings so far.More information on the Capability Builders - Assessment program can be found here: http://bit.ly/dfeest_cba.
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    • 1. Cheryl Cox
      e-Learning Lecturer
      Innovation in Teaching & Learning
      TAFE SA North
      Adelaide South Australia
      Assessment for LearningUsing Moodle
    • 2. 2010/2011 action learning project
      Integrating assessment and learning strategies to improve learner performance in the VET sector
      Capability Builders - Assessment
    • 3. Capability Builders - Assessment
      Project
      Exploring the five key strategies of “Assessment for Learning" in an e-learning context using Moodle as the application.
    • 4. Five key strategies ...
      And
      One big idea !!!
      Assessment for Learning
    • 5. Assessment for Learning
      5 key strategies
      1 big idea
      Sharing learning expectations
      Questioning
      Feedback
      Self assessment
      Peer assessment
      Use evidence about learning to adapt instruction to meet learner needs
    • 6. Black & Wiliam (1999)
      Black, Harrison, Lee, Marshall & Wiliam (2002)
      Major Drivers
    • 7. Assessment OF learning
      Assessment FOR learning
      also known as summative
      carried out at the end
      judgement on performance
      marks / grades focused
      results reported and evaluated against others
      also known as formative
      takes place throughout
      focus on self assessment
      used as feedback to modify teaching and learning activities
      used to improve learning
      Terminology Refined
    • 8. Assessment for Learning
      “Assessment for learning is the process of seeking and interpreting evidence for use by learners and their teachers to decide where the learners are in their learning, where they need to go and how best to get there.

      Assessment Reform Group (2002)
    • 9. Picture of competence
      Guild knowledge
      Sharing Learning Expectations
    • 10. Sharing Learning Expectations
      1
      ... good practice?
      ... competent?
      ... requirements?
      ... examples?
      ... modelling?
    • 11. prepare
      collaborate
      Questioning
    • 12. Questioning
      2
      ... wait time?
      ... open or closed?
      ... deepen thinking?
      ... inform planning?
      ... move learners?
      ... created by learners?
    • 13. Reflection
      recognise success
      active learning
      Self Assessment
    • 14. Self Assessment
      3
      ... criteria clear?
      ... model process?
      ... set own criteria?
      ... what is the learning?
      ... how to improve?
    • 15. collaboration
      discussion
      Peer Assessment
    • 16. Peer Assessment
      4
      ... criteria clear?
      ... model process?
      ... time allowed?
      ... pick their own peer?
      ... focus on learning?
      ... how to improve?
    • 17. how to close the gap
      comments only
      avoid comparisons
      Feedback
    • 18. Feedback
      5
      ... stimulate thinking?
      ... against criteria?
      ... what done well?
      ... what needs work?
      ... how to improve?
      ... time to respond?
    • 19. Thank You
      ccox888
      ... twitter
      ... skype
      ... facebook
      ... flickr
      ... youtube
      ... diigo
      ... gmail