Resources: Computer aided assessment

5 resources found for "Computer aided assessment"
Assessment strategies and standards in sociology : a resource handbook
The handbook was previously held on the Assessment Strategies and Standards in Sociology project Web site which was hosted by Bath Spa University. It is now available from the C-SAP website. The aim of the project was to identify and disseminate assessment practice that would be of interest and useto teachers of sociology in higher education. The handbook contains an overview of assessment as well as sections on self and peer assessment, computer...
Developing an electronic science subject audit for primary trainee teachers
This is an ESCalate development grant awarded to Keith Ross of the University of Gloucestershire and completed in March 2005. Many institutions have developed their own approach to auditing the science subject knowledge of trainee primary teachers. There are several self-study guides with practice questions (ref: Letts Science for Primary Teachers), but we are looking for a multiple-choice electronic audit. A commercial attempt, by UCLES, has...
Developing formative assessment using ICTs in education
The aim of this project is to develop practical formative assessment strategies using Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) on undergraduate and higher degree Education courses, in order to improve students’ learning. The project is funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) as part of Phase 5 of Fund for the Development of Teaching and Learning programme (FDTL5). It includes a project outline document
Developing NQTs e-pedagogies for inclusion
ESCalate Developing Pedagogy and Practice grant awarded to Nigel Beacham of the University of Aberdeen in 2009. Recently, the university has pioneered an approach to initial teacher education, to ensure that teachers have the pedagogical knowledge to respond to the challenges of inclusive education. Building on this work, they seek to pilot an approach to develop e-pedagogies for inclusion for newly qualified teachers (NQTs)
Screencasting feedback
This Hot Topic is by Mr James Nelson of Stranmillis University College. He recommends the use of screencasting software, such as Jing, as a means of giving student feedback. It combines both written and oral elements. Screencasts can be used on VLEs or simply sent by email. He suggests various flexible ways of using Jing and there are links to some online examples. James Nelson also has a discussion blog on the subject