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ID : 1516
Original submission元の投稿 :
Title題名 : Balancing real-time feedback vs. recorded assessments using Moodle rubrics
Type種類 : Presentation (40 mins)
Category部類 : Individual presentation
Language言語 : English
Abstract要約 :

Is it possible to overload students with too much self and peer assessment? One Moodle module, the Video Assessment Module, makes it so easy to assign video-watching homework, students may be subject to 'assessment fatigue'. During a seven-year action research project investigating assessment (self, peer, and teacher) in EFL presentation classes, online recording procedures and technologies were created to optimize student understanding of rubrics and thus improve subsequent student performances. The approach was based on Gardner’s principle of “assessment for learning” and Wiliam’s “embedded assessment while learning”. However, as self/peer/whole class assessments increased in time and number, the question arose whether assessment load was becoming too great for the students. It was also unclear if the students were taking the process seriously as most assessing tasks were done out of class time. One unexplored question was whether simple coaching by teachers during practice and performances might be as immediately effective as post-performance feedback. Therefore, in the eighth cycle of research, the teaching team chose in-class teacher coaching as the focus of investigation. During assessed performances, real-time oral feedback was given, recorded and analyzed by type of advice given. Thus real-time and post-performance feedback became more balanced. This presentation reports on classroom trials in the spring 2017 semester with 60 second-year English majors. Qualitative results showed students found real-time feedback immediately useful, and that post performance self-scoring continued to be consistent with teacher scoring.

Keywordsキーワード : video, assessment, feedback, video assessment module
Topicsトピック : Moodle development
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Main presenter筆頭発表者 : Prof. Don HINKELMAN ヒンクルマン ダン
Affiliation所属 : Sapporo Gakuin University 札幌学院大学 (Sapporo, Japan)
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Co-presenter (2)共同研究者(2) : Matt Cotter (Hokusei Gakuen Junior College)
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Slidesスライド : Powerpoint 2007 presentation 2018-MoodleMoot-VA-20171027v1.pptx
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Date added入力日付 : Sunday, 29 October 2017, 8:28 PM
Date modified更新日付 : Sunday, 29 October 2017, 8:35 PM
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Schedule numberスケジュール番号 : 231-P
Schedule day開催予定日 : Feb 22nd (Thu)
Schedule time開催予定時刻 : 16:00 - 16:10
Schedule duration開催予定時間 : 10 mins
Schedule room name開催予定室名 : Room 1303 (40 seats)
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