Enhancing Assessment Practices in History Education with Technology

ID: 48534 Type: Full Paper
  1. Kevin Krahenbuhl, Middle Tennessee State University, United States

Friday, March 25 3:00-3:30 PM

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This paper explores several distinct and effective methods for using technology tools to enhance the assessment of student learning in any classroom. The investigation is grounded in what recent developments from the field of assessment and is applied in a history setting; however, these approaches are applicable in virtually any academic setting. Each tool can make the classroom more effective for flipping, for successfully employing a TPACK framework, and to effectively enhance assessment of learning in the classroom to inform instructional decision-making in real-time.

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