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A description of the reasons behind the OU altering the Moodle Quiz

A description of the reasons behind the OU altering the Moodle Quiz

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  • 1. Assessment for learning: why we're altering the quiz Phil Butcher OU E-assessment adviser & Fellow in the Centre for Open Learning of Mathematics, Science, Computing and Technology April 2010
  • 2. eAssessment for learning
    • Four guiding principles
    • The emphasis placed on feedback.
    • Allowing multiple attempts.
    • The breadth of interactions supported.
    • The design for anywhere, anytime use.
  • 3. Student views
    • “ Interactive assessment (is) a particularly good
    • learning tool, if you are getting the answer wrong it
    • doesn’t give you the answer right away but gently
    • coaches you till you get it right yourself.”
    • OU student user of a COLMSCT iCMA 2007
  • 4. Student views
    • “ You don't always appreciate what you’re reading
    • and its significance, until you try and apply it. ”
    • OU student user of a COLMSCT iCMA 2007
  • 5. The emphasis placed on feedback (* demonstrate omdemo.pm2009)
  • 6. The emphasis placed on feedback
    • Sufficient feedback is provided, both often enough and in enough detail.
    • The feedback is provided quickly enough to be useful to students.
    • Feedback is received by students and attended to.
    • Feedback is acted upon by students to improve their work or learning.
  • 7. Allowing multiple attempts.
    • … you might see that navigation panel again
    The breadth of interactions supported. The design for anywhere, anytime use.
    • … now shown
    • … please visit the websites given later
  • 8. Adding OpenMark features to Moodle
    • Beginnings of OpenMark: 1996
      • OU has 13 years experience with using interactive questions
    • Latest version of OpenMark: 2005
    • In OU Moodle:
      • Feedback: 2006
      • Improved on-screen navigation (of current position and question history): 2007
      • Multiple attempts: 2008
  • 9. OU e-assessment usage
  • 10. OU Moodle
    • Demonstration (* using the main university Moodle servers – use icma02 on Learning about eAssessment )
    • A publicly accessible version can be found at http:// labspace.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id =3484
  • 11. Where are we now?
    • The end of the beginning
    • Into OU Moodle for September 2010
    • Into Moodle 2.0 & 2.1
    • What about the Lesson?
    • Other navigators…
  • 12. Phil Butcher [email_address] Where we are coming from http://www.open.ac.uk/colmsct/projects/icma http://www.open.ac.uk/openmarkexamples Where we have reached http:// labspace.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id =3484
  • 13. A showcase of projects supported in OpenMark
    • For interactive demonstrations please visit the websites on the previous slide.
    • The presentation at MoodleMoot 2010 uses live demonstrations. The following slides are provided for any reader of this Powerpoint presentation.
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  • 29. A showcase of interactive questions in OU Moodle
    • For interactive demonstrations please visit the websites on the slide 12.
    • The presentation at MoodleMoot 2010 uses live demonstrations. The following slides are provided for any reader of this Powerpoint presentation.
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