Monthly Archives: January 2015

Midterm – Group Jigsaw, Assessment Toolbox, Tech Tools for Assessment

Two classmates and I worked together in Google-Drive to collaborate on our midterm Jigsaw Assessment Toolbox.  The process worked very well, especially when we were all online at once and communicating in Google chat.  After we wrote our sections we … Continue reading

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Week 4 Reflection

This has been as interesting reading about different assessment models, methods and history.  I’ve been thinking a little more concretely about authentic assessments and performance-based assessments this week, particularly as I have worked on my assessment evaluation on Edublogs.  I … Continue reading

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Articles and Websites of Interest

Assessing Learning in Online Education: The Role of Technology in Improving Student Outcomes, Matthew Prineas and Marie Cini, NILOA, Oct 2011.   “. . . online education and assessment in higher education developed in parallel, these two ‘movements’ intersected little during that time. Now they … Continue reading

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Concept Map

The course I am developing is “Teaching Online: Creating an Effective Moodle Course” and this is my concept map of a three objectives in three modules.  The link below will take you to a larger version of the map.  I am a neophyte … Continue reading

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Week 3 Reflection

A whirlwind of a week!  We had quite a lot of readings, videos, websites to explore.  And we are beginning to make substantial applications to our courses in addition to focusing on the midterm group project and our blogs.  I … Continue reading

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Class Wiki, assess2elearn

During the term, we are contributing and editing our class wiki assess2elearn.  We have created a list of recommendations for discussion forum Netiquette, links to our blogs and continue to contribute and stay in touch throughout the course.  Feel free to look at … Continue reading

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Week 2 Reflection

If I am working with a class of students who are not bloggers or haven’t written yet, I might consider a group blog even though it’s a bit difficult to manage.  Particularly if a course has a lot of activities, … Continue reading

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