No such thing as failure, only feedback

Designing innovative opportunities for E-assessment and technology-mediated feedback

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In this paper we challenge designers, researchers, teachers, students, and parents to re-assess and re-envision the value of technology-mediated feedback and e-assessment by examining the innovative roles feedback and assessment played in the design of three contemporary web-based learning environments. These environments include 1) an e-assessment system for postsecondary American Sign Language learners, 2) a hybrid environment for teaching geography through the use of geospatial technologies, and 3) a progress-monitoring environment for reading, writing, and language development with deaf or hard-of-hearing students. For each design we share a brief overview of the instructional problem, audience, and initial design challenge, followed by a description of the specific feedback and assessment design opportunities. We conclude with suggestions to consider when designing future opportunities for online feedback and assessment.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)197-224
Number of pages28
JournalJournal of Interactive Learning Research
Volume21
Issue number2
StatePublished - Aug 17 2010

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