When I first began the Assessment in E-Learning course, I didn't have much knowledge about formative versus summative assessments or how technology tools could be used to help assess students' learning. So, this class has helped me quite a bit in terms of educating me about how I would like to proceed with my own classes, both online and face-to-face. You can see the culmination of my work in this class by visiting my final project. There, you will see information on the college, course, and students that were the content for my project. As the project progresses, the course outcomes are provided, and four example learning objectives are also discussed, along with activities and technological tools used for assessment purposes. Along with the objectives, a concept map of the aforementioned material is found in a visually comprehensive chart illustrating the scaffolding of activities. Also, a taxonomy chart is provided to highlight the use of Bloom's higher-level thinking in the wording of the objectives.
This blog has been a wonderful way for me to reflect on the course material, and it has helped me consider how I will apply what I have learned to my own teaching.
Hi, my name is Lisa, and I am an English professor at a community college in Southern California. This blog is my way of tracking my progress in my Assessment in E-Learning course (EDUC 762) for the University of Wisconsin, Stout's E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate program.