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2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
RITU LAKHTAKIA ◽  
Farah Otaki ◽  
Laila Alsuwaidi ◽  
Nabil Zary

BACKGROUND Self-regulated learning (SRL) is a vital competency, desirable to sustain lifelong learning in health professions education. Contemporary education practices emphasize this aspect of undergraduate medical education through innovative designs of teaching and learning like the flipped classroom and team-based learning. Assessment as learning (AaL) can be a unique way to inculcate SRL through active learning habits. It charges the student to create formative assessments reinforcing student-centered deep learning, and critical thinking. OBJECTIVE This study aims to explore, from the learners’ perspective, the feasibility and perceived learning impact of student generated formative assessments. METHODS The study relied on a convergent mixed methods approach to research. An educational intervention was deployed on a cohort of students in the second year of a six-year undergraduate medical program as part of a single course curriculum delivery. This AaL intervention engaged students in generating assessments using peer-collaboration, tutor facilitation, and feedback. Quantitative and qualitative data of student perceptions were collected through a survey. Quantitative survey data was analysed using SPSS. Qualitative inputs underwent thematic analysis. RESULTS Students’ overall score of satisfaction with the AaL educational intervention was 84%. On quantitative analysis, this was strongly correlated with scores for ease and impact on a 5-point Likert-type scale. The themes that emerged from the qualitative analysis, included: prominent characteristics, immediate gains, and expected long-term benefits of their engagement. The prominent characteristics included individuals’ engagement, effective interdependencies, novelty, and time requirement. The identified immediate gains highlighted increased motivation, and acquisition of knowledge and skills. The expected long-term benefits, included critical thinking and problem solving, and clinical reasoning. CONCLUSIONS As a form of AaL, student-generated assessments were perceived as viable, constructive, and a stimulating educational exercise by the student-authors. In the short term, the activity provided students a fun, challenging opportunity to deep dive into the content, be creative in designing questions, and improve exam-taking skills. In the long-term students expected an enhancement of critical thinking, and inculcation of student-centred attributes of self-regulated lifelong learning and peer collaboration, vital to the practice of medicine.


2021 ◽  
Vol 71 ◽  
pp. 101094
Author(s):  
Lonneke H. Schellekens ◽  
Harold G.J. Bok ◽  
Lubberta H. de Jong ◽  
Marieke F. van der Schaaf ◽  
Wim D.J. Kremer ◽  
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2021 ◽  
pp. 146394912110480
Author(s):  
Arif Yılmaz ◽  
Selda Aras ◽  
Ayça Ülker ◽  
Figen Şahin

Although the concept of assessment as learning has important educational and practical implications, the utilisation and creation of contexts for assessment as learning in early childhood education are contemporary issues that need to be clarified. The overall goal of this work is to reconceptualise the role of the child portfolio as a tool for promoting assessment as learning in early childhood education. This theoretical framework provides some conceptual insights into children's agency in the learning and assessment process through the use of child portfolios. The main issue addressed is the progressive use of the child portfolio, which comprises observations of classroom experiences, documentation of these observations, revisiting learning experiences and a celebration of children's achievements. These aspects are discussed along with arguments that raise the question of how portfolios can act as catalysts for assessment as learning. This article further advocates that the multidimensional processes of creating a child portfolio may be considered a promising context for promoting autonomy, self-regulation, metacognition and reflection in early childhood education.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Pier Giuseppe Rossi ◽  
Lorella Giannandrea ◽  
Francesca Gratani ◽  
Chiara Laici ◽  
Andrea Tarantino ◽  
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Author(s):  
Geeta . ◽  
Shri Kant Dwivedi

The technological advancement and e-learning systems has resulted during upraised demand for tactics and means in measuring student's learning. Assessment is undoubtedly an important part of the education process in any education institution. The present study is to points on concepts of e-assessment; e-assessment historical background, tasks which will be accessed through e-assessment; purposes for assessment; recommendations of NEP2020 to shift assessment from summative to formative for students’ development; advantages and issues of e-assessment. it's concluded that e-assessment are more productive if it is reliable, valid and trustworthy so the Assessors need collaborative attempt todevelop genuine, transparent, valid and practicable assessment. E-assessment helps to measure the task of high order assessment. Keywords: E-assessment, NEP 2020, Assessment of Learning, Assessment for Learning, Assessment as Learning.


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