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Moodle 3.x Teaching Techniques - Third Edition by Susan Smith Nash

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Project-based assessment

Think about the ways that you assessed student work, as well as student participation in the Workshops that you built in the last chapter. Do you remember how you assigned a grade for the way that students assessed each other? It may not have seemed like a very important detail at that time, but what you were doing was, in reality, fundamental to the successful operation of a portfolio or gallery type of assignment.

In assessing student performance in a project, keep in mind that you are assessing much more than the final project that has been submitted. You are assessing the way students demonstrate whether they achieved learning objectives that include collaboration, creative problem-solving, synthesis, and application ...

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