The Relationship between Teaching, Learning and Digital Assessment. Literature Review
Digital technology, Student assessment, Online assessment, Learning progressions, Continuous assessment, Mathematics teaching, Science teaching, Literacy education, History teaching, Surveys, Interviews, Data, Literature review, Primary education, Middle years, Secondary education
This literature review examines the key trends shaping education in the second decade of the 21st century and identifies how these can inform and strengthen practices within International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes. It explores how learning, teaching and assessment have evolved over time and looks at how notions of assessment have both reflected and informed ideas about learning, particularly with relation to learning progressions. The introduction of digital technologies into the learning and teaching space has transformed the understandings of what knowledge, application, understanding, achievement and success mean, and the review looks at the impact this has had on teaching practice.
Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). (2019). The Relationship between Teaching, Learning and Digital Assessment. Literature Review. Retrieved from Australian Council for Education Research website: https://research.acer.edu.au/ar_misc/44
Copyright International Baccalaureate Organization (2019)
Place of Publication
The Hague, Netherlands
International Baccalaureate Organization