7 March 2012: Transforming Assessment with Adaptive Questions Online

Presenter: Dr Richard (Dick) Bacon (University of Surrey, UK)

Hosted by Professor Geoffrey Crisp, RMIT University, Australia starting 07:00AM UST/GMT.

Conventional e-problems in physics are being adapted to take advantage of features offered by a new assessment system (SToMP II). These include alternative mal-rule based wrong answers to support targeted feedback and adaptive questions to offer multiple tries. These two features are being used together to transform the assessment experience for many students from one of failure to one of learning and eventual success.

Adaptive question links and examples to explore:

The archive is 1 hour and 10 minutes duration (including post session discussion).

Blackboard Collaborate/Elluminate v11 archive version

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You Tube version (Flash video)

A screen cast of the session. 

Start playing via You Tube (note: this is a single file): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUfphO233wc (You can choose to view in standard definition or high definition and in full screen mode).

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