A paper which will draw on examples from projects undertaken for a range of UK agencies, including the regulators from each of the 4 nations (QCA, ACCAC, SQA and CCEA), and Awarding Bodies such as Edexcel and the British Computer Society.
This work includes the use of:
- Rrich media (exploring how video, audio, animation and imaging affect assessment performance, including for candidates with disabilities),
- Iinteractivity and adaptivity (exploring how requiring students to make interactive responses affects achievement and engagement),
- Advanced computer-marking techniques (work to mark candidates’ prose, mathematical workings, and process as well as output),
- Item banking complex items to allow "when ready" assessment, and comparability issues with more traditional assessments.
The paper also discusses how "when-ready" e-assessment is blurring the traditionally clear boundary between summative and formative assessment, and the opportunities open to qualification providers to reshape their assessment offerings to act as learning resources.Author:
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