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Assessment is not just something, that
happens at the end of the learning process. >> What you decide to assess should be closely aligned with your measurable
learning outcomes. >> This provides a way for us, as teachers, to see if our students are on
track. Assessment also allows us to provide
feedback that helps students understand, where they need
to improve. >> There are two types of assessments. Formative assessment provides an
opportunity for you to give guidance to your students, during the learning
process, not just at the end. >> Summative assessment, on the other
hand, relates to a final submission, where students demonstrate the achievement of their intended learning
outcomes. >> Technology can help enhance the
assessment process for both you and your students. >> Just as when you're designing online activities, you should think about the
assessment first. And then the technology. >> Think back to the activities and associate technologies, explored in the
previous videos. The same types of technologies could be
used, if appropriate, for your assessment. >> For example, students could
progressively work on a group blog as an activity, the result of which they
submit for their final assessment. >> The feedback you give students on their weekly group blog activities, for
example, could be considered formative assessment, while
the final submit of blog is a formal summative
assessment. Online assessments have several benefits. Online assessments allow for convenient
electronic submission, marking and feedback to be done online from
anywhere. Online quizzes or tests, provide opportunities for automatic grading,
reducing your marking time and allowing students to
receive feedback quickly. You can also setup self-tests. So that students can have multiple
attempts to help, with their self-regulated
learning process. Written assignments can be submitted
through an automatic text comparison tool, that streamlines marking and helps
you in providing feedback. When assessments are submitted and marked
through a learning management system, students grades can be
managed in online gradebook. This allows you to easily share personal
grades with students, helping them manage their
own learning. >> The following three steps will help
your students effectively engage with online
technologies, for assessment purposes. Step 1. Make sure students have time to practice
before using the online tool. Particularly if they have not used this
before. Step 2. Trial the task to make sure the
instructions are clear. Having a teaching assistant or colleague review the instructions will really help
you. Step 3. Provide instructions for what the student
should do if the technology fails. For example, if the learning management
system goes down right when students are due to
submit. In this video, we've introduced the concept of formative and summative
assessment. The benefits online technologies can bring
for assessment purposes, and steps for
supporting students. >> We hope to provide some initial
considerations, to help you start to plan online assessments
in your course. [BLANK_AUDIO]

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