assessment, online learning, data analysis, evidence-based practice, school improvement
Online assessments are capable of providing significantly improved feedback to teaching and learning. Experience in schools is demonstrating the potential of online assessment – provided the foundations are right.
The advantages of online assessment are often described in terms of its administrative convenience, efficiency and lower costs. However, well-constructed online assessments also are capable of providing more timely, more instructionally useful feedback to teaching and learning. For a number of years ACER has been investigating ways to enhance the educational value of online assessments.
Masters, G. N. (2017, June 05). Assessment online: informing teaching and learning. Teacher columnist – Geoff Masters. https://research.acer.edu.au/columnists/34
Masters, G. (2017). Assessment online: informing teaching and learning. Teacher, 05 June 2017. Retrieved from https://www.teachermagazine.com.au/columnists/geoff-masters/assessment-online-informing-teaching-and-learning
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