Log in

Results for "assessment"


  • Using e-learning to inform parents about assessment

    Recently the ICT PD Online blog highlighted the value video can bring to teaching and learning - as a tool for presentations as well as instructional and self assessment purposes.    But here’s an innovative idea from St Andrews Middle School where they have developed a series o...

    Tags: assessment, e-learning, community, parents, inform

  • Using e-Portfolios for Student Centred Learning

    Belinda Johnston presented at ULearn on Elm Park's integration of eportfolios. Plenty of great ideas and pointers in here! Using e-Portfolios for Student Centred Learning View more presentations from belindajjohnston

    Tags: eportfolios, elm park, belinda johnston, student led conferences, assessment, knowledgenet

  • Symposium on Assessment and Learner Outcomes

    A Symposium on Assessment and Learner Outcomes  was held in Wellington in September, as a collaborative effort between Victoria University, the University of Auckland, the New Zealand Ministry of Education, and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.  Presentations &nb...

    Tags: māori medium, te reo māori, assessment

  • Call for papers - Computers in New Zealand Schools - Innovative practices and future possibilities

    Thanks Niki from DEANZ for sharing this: Call for papers for a special issue of Computers in New Zealand Schools (http://education2x.otago.ac.nz/cinzs/ )  Assessment and ICTs: Innovative practices and future possibilities Guest Editors: Elaine Khoo and Bronwen Cowie (Univer...

    Tags: computers in nz schools, cinz, research, elearning, assessment, ict

  • Does Blended E_Learning Effect Learning?

    This is a question asked by the passionate drivers of e_learning as well as the naysayers.  We have two laptop classes at Mokoia Intermediate and after our school wide testing this term both laptop class teachers came into my office smiling about the improvement on their students' results. ...

    Tags: rotorua lakes cluster, Milestone 6, Goal 1, mokoiaintermediate, student work, 2012, student achievement, laptop class, evaluation, assessment

  • Webinar: e-Portfolios in the classroom

    Yesterday James Rea and Jacqui Innes presented a dynamic webinar on e-Portfolios in the classroom at Russell Street School. This is a school that has a culture of learning,  focused on growing e-learning capability.  During the webinar, both James and Jacqui cleverly maneuvered th...

    Tags: e-learning planning framework, assessment, e-portfolios, eportfolios

  • MyPortfolio in a secondary school context

    ePortfolios can be described as: “An e-portfolio is an electronic format for learners to record their work, their achievements and their goals, to reflect on their learning, and to share and be supported in this. It enables learners to represent the information in different formats and t...

    Tags: e-portfolios, eportfolios, assessment, research, examples, MyPortfolio

  • LIVE WEBINAR: How can we use e-tools purposefully for assessment of literacy in a primary setting?

    In the e-Learning Planning Framework | Teaching and Learning dimension, the Assessment strand looks at,  "How technologies are used to monitor, review and evaluate the impact of teaching on student achievement in ways that reflects our bi-cultural heritage.” In an upcoming Enabli...

    Tags: assessment, data collection, OTJs, literacy, literacy progressions

  • Changes to the way students are assessed: NZQA and Online Assessment Posted by Merryn Dunmill on May 9, 2013

    This interview, Changes to the way students are assessed,  was recorded on May 2nd 2013 on Radio NZ's Nine to Noon, with Dr Karen Poutasi, chief executive of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority, and Mark Brown, Massey University. An interesting discussion of issues around...

    Tags: assessment, online

  • Online NCEA external assessment is coming - starting with MCAT

    NZQA have announced that they want to phase out pencil and paper external assessments across the board, and they are starting with a pilot "e-MCAT" this year in some schools. Check out this blog post for full details and links to the original announcements. Online external assessment is coming...

    Tags: maths, external assessment, online assessment, MCAT, algebra, NZQA, assessment