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e-Assessment by Mind Map: e-Assessment
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Educational Principles

design assessment before designing content

choosing appropriate assessment for learning outcomes

e-assessment used to motivate learning

feedback to support learning and move learners forward

Regulatory Principles

Taken from the QCA 2007 publication, Regulatory Principles for e-Assessment

Validity & reliability of e-assessment


Data integrity input/output

Operation of e-assessment systems must be stable and reliable

Integrity - systems must be fully tested

Accessibility - disabled learners should not be disadvantaged

Usability - interfaces must user friendly

Business continuity/ disaster recovery

Automatically generated on demand tests

Test conditions & environment

System familiarisation for assessors

Adaptive testing

e-portfolio assessment



Accessibility for students with disabilities

Formative Assessment

Summative Assessment