Sunday, July 31, 2011

ALTERNATIVE ASSESSMENT

More inspiration came from the Reform Symposium webinar, this time after attending Cecilia Lemos' wonderful presentation on forms of alternative assessment. Since students in our school already use technology extensively (the links in the tabs under the blog title illustrate some example uses), we constantly think of ways to make the most out of it. Therefore, here are several links recommended by presenters or attendees of the webinar that will definitely give some food for thought to all those who wish to acquaint their students with the best assessing practices possible.

Cecilia Lemos' blog post about alternative assessment

A collection of links about e-portfolios by Vance Stevens

More links about e-portfolios by Dr. Helen Barett

E-portfolio links on Scoop.it

The Assistments platform

10 Ways to assess learning without tests by Edna Sackson

10 Principles of assessment by the Assessment Reform Group

2 comments:

  1. Dear Christina,

    Thank you so much for being and partipating in my session and especially for such kind words you wrote here :-) I am glad you got something out of it and I hope we continue sharing, since we think the same way about assessment.
    Cheers,

    Ceci

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  2. Hi Ceci!

    I found your ideas so interesting that I had to share them! Those links are just a springboard for further discussions on the topic. Therefore, yes, we will continue sharing and exchanging ideas on the iTDi group, Twitter and blogs! 'See' you around there!

    Christina

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