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Using and creating meaningful assessment strategies in higher education
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Curtin Teaching and Learning - eLearning: eLearning advisors

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The diverse team of eLearning advisors provide elearning workshops, send out periodic newsletter, provide customised consultation, support the eScholar program and more.

 

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Unis frown on note-sharing website as bright students cash in

Unis frown on note-sharing website as bright students cash in | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
New Zealanders are uploading their lecture notes to a website that sells them on to other students and returns a share of the profit to the author. - New Zealand Herald
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Exam system is 'outdated and archaic', says Eton headmaster Tony Little

Exam system is 'outdated and archaic', says Eton headmaster Tony Little | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
An unlikely opponent of exam league tables emerged today, with the head of Britain’s top public school mounting an attack on the Government’s approach to measuring the success of education.
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, August 10, 7:14 AM

The whole idea of exams/tests is outdated. When was the last time we tested employees at the end of the day, week, or month. We don't. It is interesting to be told how much School needs to catch up to the "real world" of work and we fail in the most obvious ways. The very thought that any test is necessary is ridiculous and teachers should move away from it and discourage parents from letting children write government exams.

 

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Does the online environment promote plagiarism?

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From smartwatch and smartpen... to smartcheat?

From smartwatch and smartpen... to smartcheat? | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
It used to be as simple as folding a piece of paper up your sleeve or writing on the inside of your wrist. But now, as students across the world ready themselves for exam season, cheating is going high tech.
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What Do You Mean by 'Badges?' | re-mediating assessment

What Do You Mean by 'Badges?' | re-mediating assessment | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it

I was exchanging some emails with an a esteemed educational researcher and administrator about our Big Open Online Course on Educational Assessment and open courses in general and mentioned badges.  In his reply he asked, "what do you mean by 'badges'?"  After an amazing day of progress working with digital badges yesterday, it was a nice reminder of just how new this concept is. So I figured I would reply with a basic explanation and provide some timely updates on one aspect of our badges work.
Digital badges are web-enabled credentials.  Unlike traditional grades, transcripts, certificates, etc., badges can contain specific claims about accomplishments, along with detailed evidence (and links to more evidence) in support of those claims.

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What’s the score? the pros and cons of the marking system

What’s the score? the pros and cons of the marking system | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Getting clear feedback about progress can be a big help to students and in many countries this means giving marks. But is it really the best method for assessing a child’s progress in…
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7 Effective Templates For Teacher Feedback - Edudemic

7 Effective Templates For Teacher Feedback - Edudemic | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Feedback in the classroom is often one-sided: the teacher gives feedback and the student receives it, generally relating to the quality of their work. Depending on the level of the students you teach, you may find yourself subject to student evaluation, but generally that only comes once a semester (at least at the university level), …
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Kiwi students to leave 'the Dark Ages'

Kiwi students to leave 'the Dark Ages' | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
New Zealand students will move out of the Dark Ages and complete NCEA assessments online this year. - New Zealand Herald
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Writing instructor, skeptical of automated grading, pits machine vs. MOOC machine | education's digital future

Writing instructor, skeptical of automated grading, pits machine vs. MOOC machine | education's digital future | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it

The Babel generator, which Mr. Perelman built with a team of students from MIT and Harvard University, can generate essays from scratch using as many as three keywords.

 

For this essay, Mr. Perelman has entered only one keyword: "privacy." With the click of a button, the program produced a string of bloated sentences that, though grammatically correct and structurally sound, have no coherent meaning. Not to humans, anyway. But Mr. Perelman is not trying to impress humans. He is trying to fool machines.

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Uni cheats: hundreds punished

Uni cheats: hundreds punished | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Students buying assignments, forging signatures, and using phones in exams were among more than 540 cases of cheating dealt with by universities last year. - New Zealand Herald
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Blame the system, not teachers, for any 'cheating' - Telegraph

Blame the system, not teachers, for any 'cheating' - Telegraph | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
According to the ATL, many teachers admit to "teaching to the test"; welcome to the giant exam-passing machine that is British education, says Boarding School Beak
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, April 15, 9:12 PM

If bureaucrats, technocrats, and politicians persist in creating tests, teachers will continue to teach to those tests. That is not cheating, but it is not teaching and learning likely is not happening.

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KI PRIME Symposium 2012: Assessment of the Future, by Cees van der Vleuten - YouTube

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Turnitin And The Debate Over Anti-Plagiarism Software

Turnitin And The Debate Over Anti-Plagiarism Software | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
One company and its algorithms are changing the way America's schools handle classroom ethics.
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Four key questions about grading | Faculty Focus

Four key questions about grading | Faculty Focus | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it

There's an excellent article on grading in a recent issue of Cell Biology Education-Life Sciences Education. It offers a brief history of grading (it hasn’t been around for all that long), and then looks to the literature for answers to four key questions.

 

We grade students to give them feedback, to motivate their learning, to see how they compare with other students, and to measure their learning—all reasonable purposes. "However, much of the research literature [reviewed in this article] suggests that these goals are often not being achieved with our current grading practices." (p. 163) Yes, that's a pretty scathing critique, but it's well documented and our answers to questions this central need to be accurate.

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What if Academic Tests Were Video Games?

What if Academic Tests Were Video Games? | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
No, The Legend of Zelda won't replace the ACT or SAT anytime soon, but imagine a world in which archaic standardized tests (and perhaps even the notion of a final exam) were replaced by realtime, inherently evaluative experiences that bettered the learning process itself.
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45 Powerful Tools To Create Polls And Quizzes In The Classroom - Edudemic

45 Powerful Tools To Create Polls And Quizzes In The Classroom - Edudemic | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Using polling tools in the classroom is probably old hat by now. There are a ton of different tools available to teachers – many of them free- and they’re being put to use in a variety of different ways. From simply polling your class to get information and opinions to taking quizzes and having your …

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, June 22, 5:01 AM

Ok, 45 tools?  With persistence you might find the ONE you want to use.  Let's take a poll on which one we like? But first let's find one we like. 

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Making the most of quizzes in eLearning design

When designing eLearning courses, instructional designers need to provide meaningful learning environments that can compensate for real practice opportunitie...

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Contemporary assessment practices in university project makes an impact - Ako Aotearoa

Contemporary assessment practices in university project makes an impact - Ako Aotearoa | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it

Ako Aotearoa Southern Hub staff were delighted to meet recently with Professor Tony Harland, team leader for the Ako Aotearoa-funded project Contemporary assessment practices in university: Impact on teachers and students, and to hear about the positive impact the project is having at the University of Otago.

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Understanding Cheating in Online Courses - CUW Online Learning

Understanding Cheating in Online Courses - CUW Online Learning | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Live Events, Twitter Feeds, Chat Rooms, and other resources for the Understanding Cheating in Online Courses MOOC (Massively Open Online Course)

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, June 10, 1:52 AM

Clever Mooc Style open course on cheating in the online environment. All course modules are open and available to you. 


The hastag for this course is #cheatmooc .  Clever, and provocative; can you cheat your way through a mooc? Why would you? What would be gained?  Lots to think about here.

Maryalice Leister's curator insight, June 13, 7:35 AM

Cheating in online coursework remains a hot topic. Take another look at the issue here.

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18 Ways To Use Rubrics In Education

18 Ways To Use Rubrics In Education | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Rubrics are an extremely useful classroom evaluation tool, though many teachers these days aren’t using them anymore, and don’t think they are necessary.

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Karen Bonanno's curator insight, May 19, 5:36 PM

Check out the why and how for using rubrics.

Danielle Fontaine-Rainen's curator insight, May 20, 9:07 AM

Using Rubrics! A good reminder of why they are so useful!

Kelly Roach's curator insight, May 22, 7:39 PM

Some convincing arguments for using rubrics.

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plagiarism & managing it

plagiarism & managing it | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
I'm marking first-year essays at the moment. Because these students have had little or no practice at writing scientific essays before they arrive in my class, we give them a lot of learning suppor...
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A Good Visual Featuring 6 Assessment Types ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Good Visual Featuring 6 Assessment Types ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it

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Ingrained cheating pervades India's education system

Ingrained cheating pervades India's education system | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Under intense pressure, some students cheat in covert or bold ways to score well on all-important nationwide exams.
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Can technology kill off the exam?

Can technology kill off the exam? | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
We have the technology to get rid of final exams and assess students differently, says Colin Barras, but are we ready yet?
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10 Assessment Design Tips for Increasing Online Student Retention, Satisfaction and Learning

10 Assessment Design Tips for Increasing Online Student Retention, Satisfaction and Learning | Rubrics, Assessment and eProctoring in Higher Education | Scoop.it
How much time do we put into the design of the assessment plans in our online courses? Is most of that time focused upon summative graded assignments that factor into the course grade? Or, do they also include opportunity for practice and informal feedback?

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 24, 5:46 PM

They make sense, but ask teachers about authentic assessment. It is still thought of as an isolated activity where the student does their project alone. That is not the way of the world and has not been forever. We work and learn together. Why not assess together?

Dr Seroya Crouch's curator insight, February 25, 3:09 AM

Good ideas for better assessment of online courses!

Dr Pam Hill's curator insight, February 25, 9:19 AM

Wonderful article that challenges us to think through the online assessments and their prep!