Most of our education system is changed. New educational goals are emerging every day according to the need of the society and the advancement of science and technology. Global competitions and multinational companies are expecting higher order thinking skills. So we have to rethink what is important to learn and how this might be assessed authentically might be incorporated in curriculum planning. We encourage learners to use ICT but how can we restrict to paper based assessments to assess their knowledge. e-Assessment can pave way for a radical approach to qualifications. This course is about e-Assessment.
This course is designed for Student Teachers (B.Ed.), Teacher Educators (M.Ed.), Research Scholars, Teachers, Educational Administrators, Online course coordinators and Program Developers.
COURSE LAYOUT The learners will be able to design an e-assessment model of their own at the end of the course. Even the learner can design a few e-assessments as an assignments during the course.Week 1- Introduction to assessment & e-AssessmentWeek 2- History & Development of e-AssessmentWeek 3- Types of E-assessmentWeek 4- Difference between Paper-based Assessment & e-assessmentWeek 5- systems analysis in e-AssessmentWeek 6- Media selection in e-AssessmentWeek 7- Types of Testes used in e-AssessmentWeek 8 - Key areas & generic tasks and responsibilities in e-AssessmentWeek 9- E-Portfolio in e-Assessment & Google sitesWeek 10- e-Assessment in MOOCsWeek 11- e-assessment for different subjects & inclusive educationWeek 12- online tools for e-assessment part 1: Google forms, DocsWeek 13- online tools for e-Assessment part 1: Kahoot, QuizizzWeek 14- online tools for e-Assessment part 1: Hot PotatoWeek 15 - m-assessment