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Timmis Sue, Broadfoot Patricia & Sutherland Rosamund (2012). ¬ę Where is the cutting edge of research in e-Assessment? Exploring the landscape and potential for wider transformation ¬Ľ. In CAA, 2012 International Computer Assistet Assessment (CAA) conference, Southampton. En ligne : < ... a2012_submission_29.pdf> 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
BibTeX citation key: Timmis2012
Categories: General
Subcategories: √Čvaluation des √©l√®ves
Keywords: évaluation
Creators: Broadfoot, Sutherland, Timmis
Publisher: CAA (Southampton)
Collection: 2012 International Computer Assistet Assessment (CAA) conference
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URLs     http://caaconferen ... _submission_29.pdf
"Many argue that in our assessmentpractices, we have forgotten ¬†¬†their core purpose: to support learning and become preoccupied with qualifications and narrow achievements.¬† New technologies and tools have long been seen to open up new possibilities, such as offering more personalised, instantaneous or engaging assessment experiences. In many cases this potential has been realised and demonstrated benefits. However, the literature suggests that the use of digital technologies has yet to be 'transformative'. Instead, it is often used to reinforce traditional assessment methods or is restricted to pockets of innovation that are not widespread. We argue that not enough has been done to understand how e-assessment can help shape and drive wider changes in assessment. This paper aims to provoke debate and discussion on how e-assessment can and should be used within education. It reports on a recent review of the literature that was conducted across¬† schools, FE and HE sectors and examines three areas in more depth: the use of multiple forms of representation, ¬†¬†development of new ways of assessing summative performance and ways of capturing ‚Äė21st century skills and priorities. Gee and Shaffer (2010) suggest¬† three fundamental properties of assessment need rethinking: 'what we assess, ¬†¬†how assessment takes place, and its purpose in the first place.The paper concludes by proposing some questions and challenges for further discussion and debate.¬† ¬† "
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