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Assessment on the Web – Part 1

How to handle assessment for online learning has been a a headache for many of us working in the ed-tech space since the very first OERs first rolled off the production line. The fact that very few education people have managed to find a solution which sits well for most people only makes it all the more tantalizing a problem.

In this piece, written as part of our research into Deeper Learning funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, we take a look at trends in other web communities to try and figure out a new model for thinking about how to assess learning online. And we think we might have a good idea of what this might look like – believe it or not, we suspect it may look like the web itself…

This report is the first in a three-part series of conversations about assessment online, which we hope will engage our partners and collaborators, stimulate conversations and move the discussion forward – we’d love to hear what you think. 

 


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3 Responses to “Assessment on the Web – Part 1”

  1. Vishnu Priya

    online learning will be of very useful as it is flexible and comfortable for all but its sure that very few education people have managed to find a solution which sits well for most people only makes it all the more tantalizing a problem.but still there r many best online learning sites and in my serach i found a good resource to learn web design courses online,to access it click on – http://netultimateschool.com/

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    • Vishnu Priya

      Online courses were best for students as Online courses are “always on,” so there is no significant time constraint placed on employees to complete the course.To learn online web design course click on – http://netultimateschool.com/

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