Assessment is a major element of many teaching activities. In the 21st century assessment and feedback is been enhanced with information and communication technology, but how so? What are the most innovative and promising areas of technologically-enhanced assessment? What are consequences for teachers and classrooms? What is your experience in one statement?
EFQUEL and the VISIR* team are curious about your opinion and organizes an online debate. The discussion is part of the seminar “The assessment (r)evolution” at the EFQUEL Innovation Forum 5 September 12 in Granada, Spain.
*The VISIR project is gathers practices that have an impact in building digital and other key competences, that are bottom-up, meaning that they shall not simply respond to a policy but shall derive from the idea of an individual or a community/company/university. The ideas should be also innovative, meaning that they “do something new” either in the way they use ICT or in their pedagogical, organisational, economic approach. A dedicated area of micro-practice research concerns “ICT for assessment”.