Using Serious Games for Assessment
Aidan Sliney, Dave Murphy
Zu finden in: Serious Games and Edutainment Applications (Seite 225 bis 243), 2012
Assessment in education is the process of gathering, interpreting, recording, and using information about pupils’ responses to an educational tasNk (Gibbs, 2007, pp. 215–230). There are many common methods of assessment in use today; essay examination, multiple choice testing, written assignments, oral assessments, presentations, group projects, portfolios to name but a few. How do we know if one method would return a higher standard of assessment over another? How should we decide which method suits our assessment needs best? The main reason and function of assessment is to provide a balanced picture of the user’s strengths and weaknesses.
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