Personalising the Assessment Experience: Closing the Gap Between Learning, Assessment, Feedback and Future Performance<br ...
How the next 20 minutes might look...<br /><ul><li>  situating PebblePad,
  then a run through some 'assessment' functions: scaffolded feedback forms, the comment bank and the 'feedback conversati...
  including students in the assessment process through peer review.
  tutor/QA tools: blind/double blind marking, validation functions, foot-printing and tutor blog
  Ooh! And finally, the PebbleQuizBuilder</li></li></ul><li>What is an eportfolio?<br />An eportfolio is a purposeful aggr...
Behind any product, or presentation, lie rich and complex processes of planning, synthesising, sharing, discussing, reflec...
Social Networking Space<br />Institutional Learning Environment<br />PLS<br />personally providedpersonal contentpersonall...
...there is no end point of ‘un-enrolment’ within a Personal Learning Space<br />
Principles of a PLS<br />1 ...supports personal learning<br />2 ...offers a safe and private space which is owned and cont...
At this point a live demonstration was given to show the different interactions of a module leader, a student and a modera...
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Personalising the Assessment Experience: Closing the Gap Between Learning, Assessment, Feedback and Future Performance

  1. 1. Personalising the Assessment Experience: Closing the Gap Between Learning, Assessment, Feedback and Future Performance<br />Shane Sutherland,Development Director, PebblePad<br />
  2. 2. How the next 20 minutes might look...<br /><ul><li> situating PebblePad,
  3. 3. then a run through some 'assessment' functions: scaffolded feedback forms, the comment bank and the 'feedback conversations'.
  4. 4. including students in the assessment process through peer review.
  5. 5. tutor/QA tools: blind/double blind marking, validation functions, foot-printing and tutor blog
  6. 6. Ooh! And finally, the PebbleQuizBuilder</li></li></ul><li>What is an eportfolio?<br />An eportfolio is a purposeful aggregation of digital items – ideas, evidence, reflections, feedback etc, which “presents” a selected audience with evidence of a person’s learning and/or ability.<br />Sutherland and Powell, 2007<br />
  7. 7. Behind any product, or presentation, lie rich and complex processes of planning, synthesising, sharing, discussing, reflecting, giving, receiving and responding to feedback <br />JISC, 2008<br />Isn’t this just good learning and teaching?<br />
  8. 8. Social Networking Space<br />Institutional Learning Environment<br />PLS<br />personally providedpersonal contentpersonally controlled<br />institutionally provided institutional content institutionally controlled<br />institutionally providedpersonal contentpersonally controlled<br />
  9. 9. ...there is no end point of ‘un-enrolment’ within a Personal Learning Space<br />
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  12. 12. Principles of a PLS<br />1 ...supports personal learning<br />2 ...offers a safe and private space which is owned and controlled by the learner<br />3 ...is multi-purpose – but purposeful<br />4 ...supports learning wherever it happens, whenever it happens<br />5 ...helps to surface and scaffold the process of learning<br />6 ...is underpinned, and informed, by a reflective structure<br />7 ...gets people talking and helps users construct their narratives<br />8 ...can accompany learners throughout their lives and across all their activities<br />
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  15. 15. At this point a live demonstration was given to show the different interactions of a module leader, a student and a moderator.<br />These screen grabs provide some indication of the wide range of assessment functionality of the gateways in PebblePad<br />
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  18. 18. The gateway permission structure<br />
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  20. 20. This is the latest version of PebblePad and includes tool which allow all users to design and share their own templates and quizzes<br />

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