Computer applications in educational assessment

ID: 40153 Type: Full Paper
  1. Ali Rezaei, California State University, Long Beach, United States

Thursday, October 24 2:00-2:30 PM Location: Concorde A View on map

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Abstract: This paper is a summary of a textbook the author is writing about technology-based assessment. In this book hundreds of tools and online resources are introduced and critically evaluated. The book is divided into 4 major areas of Mathematics, Science, language arts, and ESL. There are widespread and deep misunderstandings about technology-based educational assessment. It has been viewed as mechanical, passive, inhumane, shallow, and trivial. It also has been viewed as a fast and easy way to evade deep and meaningful assessment. This paper shows ways in which teachers and students may experience meaningful and engaging instruction.


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