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Digital Assessment

Assessment is one of the most relevant parts of the instructional process, and not just a matter of marking. Technology has promoted changes in how curricula might be designed and delivered online, but the challenges of digital assessments require new approaches. Assessment is a way of giving feedback to learners on how they are doing and what they need to do to become more skilled. Feedback has been identified by Hattie as one of the strategies that has the highest learning effect and is therefore extremely important.

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The course aims to develop the following competences:

  • explain learning oriented assessment influenced by 21st century learning trends;
  • design assessment strategy to measure new learning trends;
  • select correct ICT tools to meet assessment strategies at virtual learning environments.

Learning material consists of:

  • literature;
  • presentations;
  • practical tasks;
  • discussion forums;
  • additional interesting and useful sources.

Detailed study programme for individual learning

Length

  • 4 weeks

Language

  • Anglų

Volume

  • 25 hours

Target group

  • Teachers and trainers, future teachers (teacher qualification programs)

Acknowledgement of acquired competencies

  • Will be rewarded with the active participant badge

Airina Volungevičienė

Associate professor in Education, Director of Innovative Studies Institute

Prof. dr. Airina Volungevičienė is Chair of the Board of LieDM association (Lithuanian Association of Distance and e-Learning).  Prof. dr. Airina Volungevičienė has been working among leading researchers, methodology specialists and education policy makers in the area of technology enhanced learning (TEL) development in Europe and Lithuania since 1997.


Margarita Teresevičienė

Professor of the Institute of Education

Professor, habilitated doctor Margarita Teresevičienė - expert of Latvian and Lithuanian study quality centers, member of Lithuanian Association of Distance and e-Learning (LIEDM), Member of the Lithuanian Association of Adult Education (LSSA), Member of the Board of the Social Innovation Fund (SIF).


Danutė Pranckutė

Chief Specialist of the Institute of Study Innovations

In 2009 obtained a bachelor's degree in computer science, in 2011 graduated from Vytautas Magnus University with a master's degree in business informatics. Since 2009, she has been working as a senior specialist at the Vytautas Magnus University at Institute of Study Innovations. Her main activities are the development and supervision of distance learning environment, assistance to teachers and students, analysis of teachers' needs, preparation of methodological material on the use of virtual learning environment. She also contributes a lot to the translation of the Moodle environment into Lithuanian.


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