Alternative approaches to assessment with online technologies
McLoughlin, Catherine and Luca, Joe. (2006). Alternative approaches to assessment with online technologies. In In B. L. Mann (Ed.). Selected styles in Web-based Educational Research pp. 368 - 383 Information Science Publishing.
|Authors||McLoughlin, Catherine and Luca, Joe|
|Editors||B. L. Mann|
There is now a new wave of pedagogy advocating alternative assessment in which forms of student assessment are integrated into learning through engagement in real life contexts facilitated by online technologies. The use of the WWW in tertiary learning environments offers greater adaptability and flexibility than traditional assessment procedures as it enables the planning and design of tasks that monitor both learning processes and learning outcomes. This chapter proposes that the move towards alternative assessment paradigms has been accelerated by technology with its capacity to offer learners a broad array of authentic activities, and tasks and forums for engaging in constructivist learning.
|Page range||368 - 383|
|Book title||Selected styles in Web-based Educational Research|
|Publisher||Information Science Publishing|
|Research Group||School of Education|
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