E-Curriculum Seen to Set Stage for Better Testing
A belief is growing among educators and testing experts that online-learning assessments could lead to a wave of more effective and innovative ways of testing students.
Because of the interactivity, flexibility, and digital permanence of online curricula, some envision a future of interactive tests, exercises, and projects that gauge not only what students know, but also how they learn.
In public appearances highlighting the goals of the National Education Technology Plan , Karen Cator, the director of the office of educational technology at the U.S. Department of Education, has spoken of her vision of a technology-driven “Assessment 2.0” for all students. In it, traditional one-time tests would be replaced with continuous assessments woven...
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