Assessment is for Learning - So is Blogging
Jun 09, 2006
Commentary by Stephen Downes

It stretches the bounds of assessment a bit, but Ewan McIntosh managed to get in this talk on blogging in any case. I like the example he lists, with links. Total: 115
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Re: Assessment is for Learning - So is Blogging

I'd be keen to know why you think it stretches the bounds of assessment. If it is formative and not summative assessment you are after then everything I was talking about is really very straightforward for expanding formative assessment, isn't it? [Comment] [Permalink]

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