Authentic online assessment: Three case studies in teacher education

Michael James KEPPELL, Kit Oi Eliza AU, Wai Wing Ada MA

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Abstract

An action research project conducted over a 12-month period focused on authentic technology-enhanced assessment. This chapter examines three case study experiences in the field of teacher education that attempted to align learning outcomes, activities, and assessment tasks in three teaching and learning modules. The modules focus on diverse content areas from creative arts (art education), information and applied technology (fashion design), and the Centre for Integrating Technology in Education (virtual learning communities). Copyright © 2006 Idea Group Inc.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOnline assessment and measurement: Case studies from higher education, K-12 and corporate
EditorsScott L. HOWELL, Mary HRICKO
Place of PublicationHershey
PublisherInformation Science Publishing
Pages42-61
ISBN (Electronic)1591407222, 9781591407225
ISBN (Print)1591407206, 1591407214, 9781591407201
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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Citation

Keppell, M., Au, E. K. O., & Ma, A. W. W. (2006). Authentic online assessment: Three case studies in teacher education. In S. L. Howell & M. Hricko (Eds.), Online assessment and measurement: Case studies from higher education, K-12 and corporate (pp. 42-61). Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.