onl504 | Graduate
Assessment In The Online Classroom
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Assessment Issues in the Online Classroom
- Analyze academic integrity in the online classroom.
- Recommend strategies to decrease academic dishonesty in online assessments.
Self-Assessment in the Online Classroom
- Identify methods of self-evaluation for teaching and learning.
- Compare individual and group assessment tools and strategies.
Basics of Assessment in the Online Classroom
- Articulate the characteristics of assessment in the online classroom.
- Compare assessment in the online, blended, and face-to-face classroom.
- Describe the role of assessment within the development of instruction.
- Compare formative and summative assessments.
- Recommend ways to create valid and reliable assessments for the online classroom.
- Describe student and educator roles in online learning assessment.
Create Assessment for Online Delivery
- Identify digital tools that support assessment in the online classroom.
- Create formative and summative assessments for the online classroom.
- Compare asynchronous and synchronous strategies for online assessment.
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