Hello all,

I'm curious to find out more about assessing digital learning. I'm a newbie teacher who hasn't yet taught in my own classroom so it's a bit hard to figure out some of these things w/o experience.

A tech specialist told me that new modes of learning requires new types of assessment. If the traditional achievement targets or 100-point rubrics aren't the way to assess digital learning, then how do you move beyond those methods?

What kind of assessments do you have in place when using Web 2.0 technologies for learning?

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Educational Origanmi provides rubrics for digital learning.
Ditto, Sharon, what a great resource.
This is just the kind of site that I have been looking for. What you may want to assess in digital learning is different from classroom learning. And, to think I give assignments where both types are assessed. It is really difficult sometimes. The two need to be separated yet they can be so integrated.
Thanks for the site.
Wanda Gibbons
I hope you won't mind the plug, but I helped co-edit a book about technology in the writing classroom in this time of assessment. It's called Teaching the New Writing.


-- Kevin
Thank you, Sharon and Kevin, for sharing! :)
http://mediaeducationlab.com/curriculum/materials - info on digital media and lesson plans - see first two links.

sites for formative assessment:

ning.com ( explain how X is done via discussion forum)
google forms
and lastly - requires hardware but we also use eInstruction's CPS system and Examview learning series



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