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Assessment on the Web – Part 2

Last week, we introduced our series of reports looking at new ways of assessing learning on the Web. We’ve had a great response to the report, and this week, we’re delighted to share Part 2 of the series with you all.

This week, the report takes a closer look at priorities for assessment (spoiler alert: there are actually models for how to do this well) and we take a closer look at communities like Scratch and Instructables who have figured out interesting ways of assessing achievements. The report also highlights some open questions which we hope will keep the conversation flowing…

This report is the second 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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