Assessment feedback has been an evolving construct used in education to enrich, inform, and complement the mainstream teaching process. Using feedback for motivation however, has been underutilised and undervalued throughout this process and further highlighted with the introduction of electronic teaching and assessments.
This workshop will provide insight into the various methodologies, opportunities and best practice for feedback for motivation in the e-Assessment setting. It aims to assist educators and practitioners to identify the benefits of feedback for motivation through the OpenMentor model and will explore the methods in which to support educator feedback to students via digitally assisted technologies for formative e-Assessments.
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Building bridges in e-Assessment:
Technology is not new, since the invention of the chalk board educators have adopted technologies to improve educational practice. Today, our organisations are larger and more complex making it more difficult to diffuse innovation and embed new practice. The range and variety of digital tools appears to be infinite, paralysing our selection skills and access is becoming ubiquitous, particularly with smart mobile devices. But the challenge remains: How do we build bridges to new digital shores?
This pre-conference workshop explores the e-Assessment professional development framework and provides opportunities to experience the professional development activities from each level of the program.
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