Assessing Learning Online: The Top Ten List

ID: 12172 Type: Full Paper
  1. Beverly Klecker, Morehead State University, United States

Saturday, March 5 2:00-2:30 PM Location: Tucson 39

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Abstract: The purpose of instruction, whether face-to-face or online, is to facilitate student achievement of clearly defined learning objectives. Online assessment can measure achievement of intended learning objectives if, and only if, great diligence is used in assessment construction. This paper will address the top ten issues in designing online classroom assessments(1) measuring the objectives, (2) cognitive levels, (3) ethical, (4) formative/summative, (5) criterion referenced /norm-referenced, (6) validity, (7) reliability, (8) diversity, (9) variety, (10) providing feedback.


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