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Online instruction continues to thrive, but instructors and designers struggle to develop effective forms of online assessment. How can an instructor know if students are meeting course objectives or achieving area competencies if tests and quizzes are not primary assessments? How can you ensure academic integrity and curb online cheating? What other forms of assessment are particularly effective in an online environment?
Join us online to learn how to design and develop assessment tools in online instructional environments. Our expert instructor will share examples of assessment questions and how to improve them.
- Issues related to online assessment
- Student integrity
- Faculty methodology (Bloom’s taxonomy)
- Authentic assessment strategies
- Definition and principles of authentic assessment
- Authentic assessment alternatives
- Application of case studies
- Learning outcome considerations
- Essential learning outcomes
- Cognitive load
- Using exams and quizzes authentically
- Conversion for higher-order thinking
- Examples of test items
Who should attend?
This is a great opportunity for your entire faculty and design team to learn the fundamentals of developing authentic online assessment. Instructional designers, faculty developers, and faculty members who design and teach online courses will benefit from this webcast.