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  • Why assessment? Assessment is central to teaching and learning. Assessment plays an important role in determining whether the learning objective is achieved not only through paper-pencil exam but also through:Classroom activitiesScience experimentGroup collaboration Course worketcassessed defines what is taught and how it is learnt. Assessment include all activities that teachers and students undertake to get information that can be used diagnostically to alter teaching and learning. Under this definition, assessment is not limited to just assigning grades to students in the form of paper-pencil exams. Assessment should permeate many aspects of teaching and learning activities, encompassing teacher observation, classroom discussion, group collaboration, and analysis of student work. This assessment used as a regular element in classroom work which holds the key to better learning.
  • Web-based assessment is term when Internet and computer is used as a medium of the assessment process. Covering a range of activities including the planning and delivery of assessment, reporting, storing and transferring of data a general term which rnet in assessment process in teaching and learning. The term web-based assessment is extensive, covering a range of activities in which digital technologies are used in all activities including the planning and delivery of assessments, automatic marking, uses online tools, and all processes of reporting, storing and transferring of data associated with assessments at school level. This system is an alternative to existing assessment system.
  • This is the sample how teacher arrange their course according to the school syllabus. They arrange the content according to the chapter in the syllabus. teachers will provide the relevant notes before asked them to do assignment or quizzes. At the end of the topic, they will post a forum for reflection. Continuous assessment allows teachers to monitor the impact of their lessons on students understanding. Teachers can modify their pedagogical strategies to include the construction of remediation activities for students who are not working at the expected grade level and the creation of enrichment activities for pupils who are working at or above the expected grade level. Hence, the continuous assessment process supports a cycle of self-evaluation and pupil-specific activities by both students and teachers.
  • Teachers are the main pillars in ensuring e-ATLMS can be carried out successfully, and to help improve the quality of assessment in teaching and learning. This section presents three cases, one for each teacher. Madam Ruby and Madam Nora both form SMKC and Madam Rozy from SMKS. Each case describes the experience of a teacher and her two students who used this system in the assessment of teaching and learning in their classroom.
  • The school has a complete infrastructure. Computer lab quite comfortable and clean. This lab is a classroom that was renovated into a computer lab. They also have one computer lab. Equipment is more than adequate for small number of students. Desktop computer equipped with speakers, headphones, a stabilizer of 20 units of computers and teacher’s computer also completed and connected to the LCD projector. There are all internet connections in LAN and Wi-Fi. All teaching and learning was conducted in the school computer lab one-to-one.
  • The school has a complete infrastructure. Computer lab quite comfortable and clean. This lab is a classroom that was renovated into a computer lab. They also have one computer lab. Equipment is more than adequate for small number of students. Desktop computer equipped with speakers, headphones, a stabilizer of 20 units of computers and teacher’s computer also completed and connected to the LCD projector. There are all internet connections in LAN and Wi-Fi. All teaching and learning was conducted in the school computer lab one-to-one.
  • Madam Rozy had problem to use Internet in her school. So, she had to buy own broadband to use Internet in class. Since the school computer’s lab have problems with all the computer, the students in the school have difficulty to hands-on with computer one-to-one. Feedback from the interview, only five computer can be used. It means that the students cannot hands-on in the classroom. Because of that, Madam Rozy have prepared all the assignment and resources for the students to do at home. Surprisingly, all the students participated actively in all the discussion and they also set up a chat room during holiday. Although they cannot hands-on in the classroom, but Madam Rozy did use all the discussion and upload assignment to discuss them in the classroom.
  • symposium ppt

    1. 1. Web-based Assessment in Teaching and Learning Management System (e-ATLMS)<br />HamsiahMohdDahalan<br />Prof. Dr. Raja Maznah Raja Hussain<br />Faculty of Education<br />University of Malaya<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />
    2. 2. ASSESSMENT<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Assessment<br />Experiment<br />Classroom activity<br />Examination<br />Group collaboration<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    3. 3. WEB-BASED ASSESSMENT<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />learning<br />paper<br />teaching<br />marking<br />activities<br /> exam<br />discussion<br />Report card<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    4. 4. IMPLEMENTATION<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Challenges<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    5. 5. RESOURCES MANAGEMENT<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Upload/Link files:<br />Content summary <br />Learning objective <br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    6. 6. ACTIVITIES <br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Share files<br />Discussion<br />Upload assignments<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    7. 7. ASSESSMENT MANAGEMENT<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Essay<br />Multiple Choice<br />Matching<br />Cloze<br />Short Answer<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    8. 8. VIEW ATTEMPT & RESULTS<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    9. 9. PERFORMANCE GRAPH<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    10. 10. VIEW COURSE GRADE<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    11. 11. REFLECTION<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    12. 12. CASE STUDY<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Excellent Mathematics Teacher (46)<br />Science Teacher (33)<br />Excellent Biology Teacher (48)<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    13. 13. MADAM RUBY’S CASE<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />“The advantages was amazing... students are excited and thought they be given the same questions .... they try to copy... I enjoying see the their reaction... and the advantages are can give marks and feedback on the spot .... it is fun.” (Translation) <br />Madam Ruby<br />“... Online is easy ... especially in teachers marking ... do not need to mark one by one. If we answer and submit .... can know what our mistakes immediately” (Translation)<br /> Student<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    14. 14. MADAM NORA’S CASE<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />“……..the content actually not much but it was variety of exercises…and another thing ... in my forum I up more new questions ... that was paperless. Students in the same time there are many things they can do .... there were slow students, some were very fast ... so they answered based on their performance.” (Translation)<br />Madam Nora<br />“ Easier…rather than used the textbooks .... it so bored too! If used the system ... there were various of assignments. If you do not know ..can search the internet .... because teacher provided with notes.” (Translation)<br />Student<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    15. 15. MADAM ROZY’S CASE<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />“I like to use the forum ... I will inform the student that I have put the issue in the portal and they need to respond ...” (Translation)<br />Madam Rozy<br />“Teacher use of Moodle ... but we have to hand-on at home.” (Translation)<br />Student<br />“Teacher gave a lot of issues to discuss….fun because there is an opportunity for discussing the assignment during school holidays.” (Translation)<br />Student<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    16. 16. STRENGTH Of e-ATLMS<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    17. 17. STRENGTH OF e-ATLMS<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    18. 18. CHALLENGES OF e-ATLMS<br />Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    19. 19. CONCLUSİON<br /><ul><li>e-ATLMS has many applications that can help facilitate the teachers in planning, organizing, preparing, administering, implementing assessment and to get instant feedback.
    20. 20. e-ATLMS allows students to collaborate with others and to reflect on their learning.
    21. 21. e-ATLMS is able to provide facilities to teachers to manage evaluation of teaching and learning in the classroom or outside the classroom.
    22. 22. e-ATLMS will bring awareness to the teachers who are not yet ready to accept change in order to move along with the time.
    23. 23. e-ATLMS can be used as an alternative tool for the implementation of school-based assessment.</li></ul>Thursday, 18 November, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />
    24. 24. Thursday, 18 Novembr, 2010<br />ENGAGING LEARNERS with TEACHING INNOVATIONS<br />Wednesday, 24 November 2010<br />

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