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Title: A First Step Towards Video Enhanced Rubrics for the Formative Assessment of Complex Skills : A literature review and a plea
Authors: Ackermans, Kevin
Rusman, Ellen
Saskia, Brand-Gruwel
Marcus, Specht
Keywords: rubrics formative assessment
video
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2016
Citation: Ackermans, K., Rusman, E., Brand-Gruwel, S., & Specht, M. (2016, October). A First Step Towards Synthesizing Rubrics and Video for the Formative Assessment of Complex Skills : A literature review and a plea. Presentation at the Technology Enhanced Assessment, Tallinn, Estonia
Abstract: For learners, it can be difficult to imagine how to perform a complex skill from textual information found in a text-based analytic rubric. In this paper we identify three deficiencies of the text-based analytic rubric for the formative assessment of complex skills. We propose to address the text-based analytic rubric’s deficiencies by adding video modeling examples. With the resulting Video Enhanced Rubric we aim to improve the formative assessment of complex by fostering learner’s mental model development, feedback quality and complex skill mastery.
Description: Paper presentation at the TEA2016 conference, Tallinn, Estonia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/7164
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