Interactive on-line formative evaluation of student assignments
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Automated Essay Grading (AEG) technology has been maturing over the final decades of the last century to the point where it is now poised to permit a transition in ?assessment-thinking?. The administrative convenience of using objective testing to attempt to assess deep learning, learning at the conceptual level, has now been obviated by efficient and effective automated means to assess student learning. Further, the new generation AEG systems such as MarkIT deliver an unprecedented interactive formative assessment feedback capability, which is set to transform individualized learning and instruction as implemented in existing Learning Management Systems (LMS).
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Guetl, Christian; Lankmayr, K.; Weinhofer, J. (2010)Assessment has to be seen as an integrated and important activity in the learning process. In particular modern educational approaches - such as self-directed or exemplary learning - and per-sonalized learning activities ...
Reiners, Torsten; Gregory, S.; Dreher, Heinz (2011)Facilitating and empowering learners and teachers through technology has primarily concentrated on content and management aspects rather than on assessments aspects of the education enterprise. ecent developments in ...
Giridharan, Beena; Gopalai, Alpha; Krishnan, Murali; Lau, Crystal (2013)This paper reports from an ongoing study investigating students’ attitudes towards computer mediated audio feedback. There is adequate research evidence to support the notion that feedback affects student learning positively, ...