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Assessment and ICT - Your opinion, your vote

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Game-based learning and gamification of education is one of the most promising trends in the coming decade.
by Esteban Romero-Frías
 
.. especially as the technical development of badges proceeds and IF short-term formative assessm... more
by Anne-Christin Tannhäuser
 
Mobile devices (smart phones) - that are popular game devices - are used increasingly for learnin... more
 
"Don´t play with my subject" engineering student said when their teacher when she tried to introd... more
by Chahira Nouira
 
You can assess soft skills through GBL.
by EIF group
 
It depends a lot on the game design.
by EIF group
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Andrea Biancini, EIF group, Ildiko Mazar and 2 more

Peer assessment can be a solution to facilitate e-learning as shown by MOOCs and masive online courses (Coursera).
by Esteban Romero-Frías
 
Only if it is wise peer assessment.
by Walter Kugemann
2
 
6

Andrea Biancini, EIF group, EFQUEL Seminar and 3 more

The most successful ICT tools for assessment move away from numerical grading and right/wrong answers.
by Anne-Christin Tannhäuser
 
At the same time (or on the contrary) the use of ICT tools accelerate/improve/enhance quantitativ... more
by Ildiko Mazar
 
It depends what we're assessing! Knowledge, skills, competencies...? And it's rather a question o... more
by Deborah Arnold
 
This is valid for formative evaluation.
by EIF group
 
VISIR must look for cases of this!!
by EIF group
 
a case is postdoc study
by EIF group
3
EIF group
Fabio Nascimbeni
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While the concept of assessment has changed substantially outside of the formal classrooms (business, informal learning) in the last 15 years, it has not in most formal classrooms.
by Anne-Christin Tannhäuser
 
In informal learning settings assessment has a different importance and is therefore less compara... more
by Fabio
 
Yes, Prior learning assessment, and Prior life assessment are key for companies.
by EIF group
 
Parallel life experience is also important. Informal learning is becoming more important for empl... more
by EIF group
3
EIF group
Ketil Arneson
Laybet Colmenares Zamora
The most promising areas of e-enhanced-assessment are e-portfolios, tools for peer assessment and intelligent learning analytics.
by Anne-Christin Tannhäuser
 
peer assessment can bring a revolution, eportfolio is a tool
by EIF group
 
Peer assessment depends fully on the teacher
by EIF group
 
In order for peer assessment to work we need more teacher training
by EIF group
 
Learning analytics are important for students and especially for teachers
by EIF group
 
There is more to be expected by learning analytics. There is a big difference across national con... more
by Andras Szusz
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EIF group
The use of up-to-date ICT for individual formative assessment might increase work time for the teacher/facilitator/assessor (compared to paper-and-pencil summative assessments).
by Anne-Christin Tannhäuser
 
This is true both with and without ICT, ICT can help decreasing the needed time.
by EIF group
 
ICT can make formative assessment a reality.
by EIF group
1
EIF group
"The traditional grades particularly in Europe will be replaced by descriptions which are internationally recognized like international language testing systems"
by Walter
 
I'm not particularly fond of systems of education which concentrates too much on grading. Grading... more
by Andrea Biancini
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Chahira Nouira

Notes: "e-Portfolios are highly contextual, it´s an illusion to consider one identical e-Portfolio everywhere" Walter

Wed, Sep 5, 2012

Chahira Nouira

These are notes from the discussion at the f2f VISIR meeting:
"there is a need for more precision in the statements, especially for "peer assessment", "facilitation"

Wed, Sep 5, 2012

http://tricider.com/brainstorming/QpYu