Personalising the Assessment Experience: Closing the Gap Between Learning, Assessment, Feedback and Future Performance

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Presentation delivered by Shane Sutherland, PebblePad, at the 2011 eAssessment Scotland conference.

Presentation delivered by Shane Sutherland, PebblePad, at the 2011 eAssessment Scotland conference.

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