Topic outline

  • Unit 22: Using ICT-based Diagnostic Assessment Tools


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    • Unit Introduction

      Assessment is an essential process that provides information about what learners know and can do. Assessment allows teachers to make recommendations for future learning interventions. Assessment is the ongoing process of gathering, analysing and interpreting, using and reflecting on evidence to make informed and consistent judgements to improve future learning.

      In this unit you will learn about the different types of diagnostic assessment tools, when best to make use of them in your teaching and how ICT can benefit them. 

      By the end of this unit you will be able to: 


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    • Attribution and References

      References

      • Brummitt-Yale, J. (2017). What is Diagnostic Assessment? - Definition & Examples. Study.com. Available here.
      • Edutopia. (2007). How to Integrate Technology. Edutopia. Available here.
      • Edutopia. (2012). Using Tech Tools to Provide Timely Feedback. Edutopia. Available here.
      • State Government of Victoria, Australia. (2017). Assessment Tools. Victoria State Government Education and Training. Available here.
      • Stellenbosch University. (2013). Strategy for the use of ICT in learning and teaching at Stellenbosch University. Stellenbosch University. Available here.
      • Teachthought. (2017). How I Got Started Using Technology To Assess Student Learning? Teachthought. Available here.

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