Over the past few decades, educational technology has advanced rapidly. From Smart Boards to learning apps, educators have…
In today's digital age, it is important for educators to recognize the significance of open-ended questions in digital assessments. Open-ended questions promote higher order thinking skills, assess students at a deeper level of knowledge, and help demonstrate content mastery. However, the digital shift in assessment has resulted in a lack of familiarity with answering open-ended questions on a digital device. This article explores why open-ended questions are essential in digital assessments, how educators can present them on digital platforms, and what tools can be used to evaluate open-ended questions. With the right platform and training, educators can effectively implement open-ended questions in their digital assessments, promoting critical thinking skills and digital literacy for 21st century learning.
Choosing the right digital assessment platform is a very important decision. Here are the top factors to consider when researching what digital assessment platform is best for your organization.
SwiftAssess GradeMate is a platform that provides innovative grading solutions to speed up the grading process without sacrificing the quality of data analysis or student feedback. Not only does GradeMate save educators time, but it also unlocks a new world of grading and data sorting features that promote informed instructional delivery.
With the advent of computer-based testing, many organizations are now taking the plunge and moving to a Linear-on-the-Fly Testing model (LOFT). It offers much more flexibility than the traditional static approach to exam paper generation and mitigates much of the risk.
SwiftAssess transforms traditional exams into high-tech, customizable, automated assessments that engage students while saving time! Modernizing pedagogy with digital assessments can reap many benefits; here are the top 5!