All about assessment and evaluation

Behind the scenes, we are constantly working on optimising the tool. Of course, taking into account the feedback we receive from our users. ...

Comparative judgement is a proven alternative method for assessing complex competences such as writing assignments, presentations, portfolios or visual works. But how exactly do you implement the method in the classroom? ...

Comparative judgement is a method that is more in line with the natural workings of the human brain. How do you naturally make decisions, after all? By making comparisons! ...

Competences are much harder to assess than knowledge. Especially when it comes to complex skills. Does a presentation, for example, show originality, creativity and critical thinking? From research we distilled the following 4 tips for evaluating competences. ...

Task 1: content strong and not too many language errors. Your decision? A 9! Task 2: just a few language mistakes, but what a sound argumentation! Decision? Doubt sets in. Recognisable? This blog explains why assessing is often so difficult. ...

Different types of media such as video, audio, or images are increasingly used for the assessment of students’ competences. However, as they allow for a large variation in performance between students, the process of grading is rather difficult. ...

You can imagine that assessing and giving feedback on the work of 91 students results in a considerable workload. Peer assessment using a comparing tool in combination with traditional assessment by the tutor can reduce the workload by up to 60%....

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