Monthly Archives: January 2013

Week Three

Image credit: http://web.uconn.edu/assessment/cycle.htm This week we were introduced to the Learning Assessment Cycle (above) and asked to think about the relationship between learning outcomes, learning objectives, and assessment. We created observable learning objectives and their connected assessments for the first … Continue reading

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Mind-mapping Observable Learning Objectives and Assessments

Today I worked with the mind-map tool Webspiration.  I created observable learning objectives and their associated assessments for the first three modules of my college course, Analytical Reading and Writing. I found it to be a fairly easy tool to … Continue reading

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Week Two

This week the discussion centered around how to grade performance in authentic assessment, and in particular in the online setting using technology tools. We were asked to set up a blog where we will post our weekly reflections, comment on … Continue reading

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Week One

This is my first reflective blog post for Assessment in E-Learning, a professional development graduate course offered by the University of Wisconsin-Stout. This first module challenged us with the question: what is authentic assessment? I welcomed this discussion for several reasons. First, … Continue reading

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