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Using technology to support your assessment practice
RachelChallen, LoughboroughCollege
20/10/2016
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What is eAssessment?
 Mindset
 Culture
 Expectation
 Online confidence
Strategy
Development
Delivery
Engagement
Achievement
The process
Our initiatives
Induction
Online
English
Your Passport
Memrise
 Challenges
 Tracking
 Quals
 Study programme
Induction
Your Passport
Achievement
Badges awarded since
September 2015
47,098
Online English
Memrise
Key points for effective practice
1 Competitive, games-playing techniques can
engage difficult-to-reach learners in the cl...
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  1. 1. Using technology to support your assessment practice RachelChallen, LoughboroughCollege 20/10/2016 1
  2. 2. What is eAssessment?  Mindset  Culture  Expectation  Online confidence
  3. 3. Strategy Development Delivery Engagement Achievement The process
  4. 4. Our initiatives Induction Online English Your Passport Memrise  Challenges  Tracking  Quals  Study programme
  5. 5. Induction
  6. 6. Your Passport
  7. 7. Achievement Badges awarded since September 2015 47,098
  8. 8. Online English
  9. 9. Memrise
  10. 10. Key points for effective practice 1 Competitive, games-playing techniques can engage difficult-to-reach learners in the classroom; trying to gain a higher level is a powerful driver of improved performance. 3 Include multimedia elements to benefit learners with a preference for, or need of, visual learning aids 2 Use digital records of badge achievement provide a tracking mechanism that enables teachers to check who has and hasn’t engaged with required elements of the syllabus 4 Explore setting up a BOYD policy if your organisation does not already have one; learners can find it encouraging to use their own mobile devices for learning

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