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''Please also see [http://karmaproject.wordpress.com/2009/07/06/assessment-is-the-killer-app/ Bryan's blog post] on this topic and [http://lists.sugarlabs.org/archive/sugar-devel/2009-July/017281.html NoiseEHC's e-mail] for some related information.
 
''Please also see [http://karmaproject.wordpress.com/2009/07/06/assessment-is-the-killer-app/ Bryan's blog post] on this topic and [http://lists.sugarlabs.org/archive/sugar-devel/2009-July/017281.html NoiseEHC's e-mail] for some related information.
  
== Types ==
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== Types of Assessment implementations ==
 
=== [1] direct feedback ===
 
=== [1] direct feedback ===
  

Latest revision as of 05:23, 18 August 2009

Please also see Bryan's blog post on this topic and NoiseEHC's e-mail for some related information.

Types of Assessment implementations

[1] direct feedback

  • direct on-screen feedback (e.g. how many quesions have been solved correctly and incorrectly, how long it took to complete an exercise, etc.)

[2] stored locally

  • assessment stored on user's system
  • available from within each lesson
  • overview available in Chakra (nice to have)
  • assessment also available for other activities via Journal (very nice to have)

[2.5]

  • teacher activity that collects and displays pupil's assessment

[3] stored centrally

  • assessment stored centrally
  • either on per class / per grade / per school basis
  • storage on XS or in Moodle
  • teacher's view allows for quick look at class / grade / pupil performance

To-Dos

  • user interface:
    • within a lesson
    • within Chakra
      • if possible aggregrate assessments from all the currently available lessons
  • places to store the assessment in (non-exclusive):
    • browser
      • cookies (?)
      • localStorage
      • Google Gears
    • Journal
    • Moodle