Date of this Version

2-1-2008

Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Details

Published Version.

Thomson, R., & Wilson, G. (2008). Promoting staff learning about assessment through digital representations of practice: Evaluating a pilot project. Australasian journal of educational technology, 24(2), 143-149.

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2008 HERDC submission. FoR Code: 1303

© Copyright Rosemary Thomson & Gail Wilson, 2008

Abstract

The Assessment Snapshots digital resource is a current project to support academic learning about assessment by diffusing knowledge and understanding of locally contextualised good practice in assessment at the University of Western Sydney. An initial collection of Snapshots was made available to academic staff on the university web site in early 2006. This paper describes how the resource has been utilised by teachers and explains the uses that academic developers have made of the resource in supporting teachers to extend their learning about assessment. The paper reflects on the extent to which the pilot project has been successful in disseminating effective assessment practice and promoting reflection and discussion about assessment issues. It proposes future directions for more effectively integrating and contextualising resources for professional learning with teachers’ everyday teaching practice

 

This document has been peer reviewed.

 

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