Fostering active assessment: Re-convergence of student learning profile and assessment methods

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Singh, Niranjan
Kumar, R.
Vellore Ranganathan, Sanjeev
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2022-12-08
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vocational education
students
assessment
memory-based assessment
learning differences
learning styles
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Singh, N., Kumar, R., & Vellore Ranganathan, S. (2022, December, 8-9). Fostering active assessment: Re-convergence of student learning profile and assessment methods [Paper presentation]. Rangahau: Te Mana o te Mahi Kotahitanga: Research: The Power of Collaboration, MIT/Unitec Research Symposium 2022, Te Pūkenga, New Zealand
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Current practice Research questions Are memory-based assessment methods used in tertiary education institutes valid for today’s students? • How valid is memory-based assessments in tertiary education programmes of study? • What is the impact of the ever-expanding information technology on student memories? • What are the barriers to implement authentic assessment in vocational education?
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