Harlen Wynne & Deakin Crick Ruth (2003). A systematic review of the impact on students and teachers of the use of ICT for assessment of creative and critical thinking skills. London : EPPI-Centre, Research Evidence in Education Library. En ligne : <http://eppi.ioe.ac.uk/E ... sessment/review_two.htm>.
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Keywords: Ă©ducation Ă l'information, Grande Bretagne
Creators: Deakin Crick, Harlen
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The aims of the review were as follows:
# to gather evidence of any impact on students and teachers of the practice of using information and communication technologies (ICT) in assessing creative and critical thinking skills for both formative and summative purposes
# to determine the positive and the negative aspects of using ICT for assessing creative and critical thinking skills, in particular, any differential impact relating to student characteristics and experience
# to make recommendations for policy and practice based on these findings
# to identify questions needing to be addressed by research so that decisions on policy and practice relating to using ICT in assessment can be evidence-based.
The review was designed to answer the following main question:
# What evidence is there of the impact of the use of ICT for assessment of creative and critical thinking skills on students and teachers?
In order to achieve all the aims of the review, it was necessary to address the further subsidiary questions:
# How does any impact vary with the experience of the students and the conditions of the assessment?
# How does any impact vary according to whether the purpose of the assessment is formative or summative?
# What are the implications for assessment policy and practice of these findings?
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