This is a hands-on,
, which is likely to be helpful for
creating online assessments. It is aimed at the school sector, but
could be useful for anyone creating assessments.
Start the process starts by looking at a possible general rubric
for maths or science, then takes you through a problem, followed by
the opportunity to choose from one of four random student sample
responses. You can then decide how well the student's solution fits
the rubric and submit your choice, Finally you are taken to the
results page for that solution, which shows you how other online
visitors evaluated the same student's work.
Once you have completed at least one exemplar, write and post a
reflective blog around the following:
- What did you do?
- What were the strengths and drawbacks of the
- Did anything surprise you?
- What will you differently in your own assessment practices (if
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