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Learning, Teaching, Assessment & Reporting (Part 2)

Assessment and Reporting

Students create ePortfolios (digital portfolios) to share and reflect on their work

Powerpoint, Photostory
Students use online ePortfolios to share/reflect on their work, and receive feedback on their work from teachers, peers and the broader community

Yacapaca, Wikis, Blogs,
Zoho Notebook
Use existing online quizzes or create their own quizzes that are automatically-graded to enable them to track student learning formatively (assessment FOR learning)

On Demand Testing, Yacapaca, Class Marker, Moodle
Use digital cameras to capture evidence of student learning outcomes for self-, peer- and teacher evaluation (eg. PE skills)

Digital camera, webcam
Use audio recording to capture evidence of student learning for self-, peer- and teacher evaluation (eg. reading fluency, oral presentations)
Use online surveys to collate self-evaluations and peer-evaluations from students
Wufoo, Zoho Creator, Sharepoint
Give students written or audio feedback on their work and e-mail it back to them

Microsoft Word

Use a results database within a Virtual Learning Environment to collate data on student academic progress and allow parents to login and see their child's performance
Yacapaca, Moodle