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Researching Current Issues, Summer 2016

Page history last edited by Katie Baer 5 years, 4 months ago

 

Welcome to our Online Assessments Resources Page!

Here you will find articles on the pros and cons of Online Assessments, Formative and Summative Online Assessments, Online Versus Traditional Assessments, and Online Assessment Techniques; as well as a variety of online assessment resources that can be used in the classroom.

 

 

   
   

 

 

 

Wiki Contributors


Chelsea Apicello   *   Katie Baer  *   Nichole Bruce  *   Ryann Guilliams   *   Beth Hirose   *  Ashley Risch  *   Jasmine Rocco  *   Michael Rowbotham   *   Steven Walters 

          

 

 

 

Comments (5)

Mike Rowbotham said

at 11:16 am on Jul 5, 2016

I like this setup of having a variety of topics to choose from. I formatted the article I found to match that. Would it be a good idea to have hyperlinks to all of those papers, if they are online of course?

Steven Walters said

at 11:39 am on Jul 13, 2016

I am going to add in a video resource link to ehr from teachers on apps and benefits of how and why they are using formative assessments in their class rooms!

capicell@... said

at 1:59 pm on Jul 13, 2016

Should we add subpages to clean up the homescreen and use a table of contents; for example. one page with research articles, one page with resources & tutorials, etc.

Beth Hirose said

at 12:30 pm on Jul 14, 2016

Hi I just noticed there's a reply button! oops. I made the reference list so I don't know if you want to take off the references where they are or leave them there? What does everyone else think about that? There are a few missing still.

Beth Hirose said

at 11:36 am on Jul 14, 2016

That would work. I was thinking that too that we could have 1 overall resources list. I'll make a references page and then maybe you can figure out where to put it or how to connect it.

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