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2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (2) ◽  
pp. 887-893
Sendi Fauzi Giwangsa ◽  
Nana Jumhana ◽  
Arie Rakhmat Riyadi ◽  
Ruswandi Hermawan ◽  
Evi Rahmawati ◽  

The existence of the COVID-19 pandemic has made the learning process that was originally face-to-face to online distance learning. One aspect that is still not optimal is in the assessment of learning. There are many applications that can be used by teachers in the implementation of online learning assessments. One of the online assessments that is often used is google form. This google form platform has been widely used for online assessments such as for blinding evaluation exercises, evaluating lecturers' performance and for alternative learning evaluations. The method implemented in this training is training through the zoom meeting application and also assignments. This training is aimed at elementary school teachers. The number of participants for this training is 10 elementary school teachers from Sumedang, Bandung, Cimahi, and West Bandung areas. This training consists of three stages, namely training preparation, training implementation, and post-training control. In general, the results of the training are in accordance with the tutorials given during the training, starting from the identity page, entering questions, entering answer keys and scoring. Based on the results of the questionnaire given after the training, 95% of the respondents received a positive response. The participants responded that the training carried out was very useful and relevant to the needs of the online learning period.

2022 ◽  
pp. 337-353

To enable more efficient work, educational templates have been created for various contexts: online learning, assessments, video creation, document creation, and others. This work involves the exploration of 191 template-related digital learning objects shared on a learning object repository/referatory, an LMS-related object-sharing site, social slideshow sharing site, and social video sharing site, as an environmental scan. This work culminates in a definition of a “tactical and substantive educational template” (TASET) as a collaborative object and various requisite features for quality and heritability.

2021 ◽  
pp. 105256292110449
David A. Whetten

Ten years ago, after 20 years as a university professor, I was asked to direct the teaching and learning support center at my university. I quickly realized I had almost no knowledge of the published scholarship on this subject. From my reading of this literature, I found the research on the predictors of student learning particularly informative. In particular, I gained an appreciation for the impact of course design. In this article, I summarize a framework for designing “significant learning experiences.” In discussing the three key components of course design (learning outcomes, learning activities, and learning assessments), I offer tips and give examples relevant for the field of management. My intent is to share the most important information I have learned from a decade of conversations with experts on student learning—the things I wish someone had taught me 30 years ago.

2021 ◽  
Vol 29 ◽  
pp. 121
Oren Pizmony-Levy ◽  
Dafna Gan

The aim of this special issue, “Learning Assessments for Sustainability?”, is to examine the interaction between the environmental and sustainability education (ESE) movement and the international large-scale assessments (ILSAs) movement. Both global educational movements emerged in the 1960s and their simultaneous work have affected each other since then. While the articles in this special issue highlight the potential benefits of ILSAs as a source of data for secondary analysis, they also demonstrate the limitations of ILSAs and their negative consequences to ESE. As such, we call for more research on the interaction between ESE and ILSAs and for a serious consideration of how test-based accountability practices might work against meaningful engagement with ESE. This introductory article includes three sections. The first section provides context about the movements. The second section presents an overview of the articles and alternative ways for reading them. The third section discusses lessons learned from the collection of articles. We conclude with a call for further research and reflection.

2021 ◽  
Ridwan Daud Mahande ◽  
Fitrah Asma Darmawan ◽  
Jasruddin Daud Malago

Online or blended learning assessments through LMS-MOOCs carried out in the world of education today tend to be multiple-choice assessments that are only based on low-level cognitive. In fact, to measure the metacognitive of students is quite difficult, if only using the form of multiple choice questions. Therefore, it takes the form of questions and assessments that allow students to explore their reflective and metacognitive thinking according to the characteristics of the education they are attending. Vocational education tends to apply a project-based learning (PjBL) model that requires authentic and performance-based learning assessment methods. Therefore, it is necessary to develop an appropriate blended metacognitive skill assessment rubric instrument for vocational education. Metacognitive assessment was developed using research and development procedures, with students as subjects in vocational education in Makassar, Indonesia. The integration between elements of metacognitive skills: planning, monitoring, and evaluation with self-peer-teacher assessment can be an assessment method to measure students’ metacognitive thinking skills in PjBL. Especially metacognitive assessment through blended learning practice MOOCs that are in accordance with the characteristics of vocational education and can be adopted by general education.

2021 ◽  
pp. 165-182
Joyce VanTassel-Baska ◽  
Gail Fischer Hubbard

Eno Warsino ◽  
Agus Dudung ◽  
Wardani Rahayu

The purpose of this research is to evaluate the input stages of antecedents, transactions process, and outcomes in education and training as one of the programs in SETUKPA LEMDIKLAT POLRI. This type of research is qualitative using the Countenance Stake evaluation model which consists of three stages, namely: antecedents, transactions, and outcomes. The subjects in this study consisted of 30 trainees who were selected by purposive sampling. Data were collected through interviews, and observations. The results showed that at the antecendent evaluation stage, educators are still lacking in innovating online learning planning adjustments with models or learning schemes that are planned in advance. At the transaction evaluation stage, indicators of online learning strategies and interactive online learning do not meet the evaluation standards. The training participants stated that it was less than optimal and the synchronous interaction that occurred in the online KBM conducted by the Setukpa Lemdiklat Polri. At the outcome evaluation stage, indicators of student satisfaction with online learning, not meet the specified standards. This can be seen from the absence of a discussion forum to measure the satisfaction of online learning activities that are followed by students and the absence of online learning assessments by Gadik in the Setukpa Lemdiklat POLRI environment.

2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 91-101
Aminah Aminah ◽  
Dinda Aprilia Alamanda ◽  
Erfiani Erfiani ◽  
Wahyuni Kencana Wati ◽  
Muhammad Taufik Ihsan

This study aims at investigating the impact of the use of Edmodo on the digital class in the English learning assessment. This type of research is the method library research.  This study uses journals and articles as reference to collecting data. To answer the literature review, the writer used data that is collected, studied, and treated then combined to get valid and relevant results by using the Internet as a medium to obtain data. In this paper there are three parts used to respond to the literature review: Terminology of Edmodo, Teaching Learning Process and Edmodo, and Edmodo Impact. Research shows that Edmodo's impact on digital classes in the English learning assessments  students in the form of learning and made it easier for teachers to convey lessons, content, tasks, and file sharing easy access to all students. And with CBT, it makes it easier for teachers to assess a student's work with computer help. Edmodo became another evaluation so that the results of the examination were objective and accurate. Through Edmodo as a student's performance assessment mode, there is no cheating that students do in studying because students are working independently

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