E-learning and assessment for the NCT

Sam Havis
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Sam Havis
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E learning and assessment

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E-learning and assessment for the NCT
1 Benefits for the NCT
1.1 Less face to face study days
1.1.1 Less travel time and costs for tutors, students, NCTPs and Volunteers
1.2 More accessible CPD/Volunteer training
1.2.1 Online quizzes/tests
1.2.2 Cloud based evidence and knowledge base
1.2.3 Moderated group based collaborative tasks
1.2.4 E-portfolios
1.2.5 podcasts/videos
1.3 Good fit for our ethos of teaching and learning
1.3.1 Interactive
1.3.2 Dialogic
1.3.3 Easy differentiation
1.3.4 Different learning styles
1.3.5 Self motivated
1.3.6 relevant
1.3.7 Collaborative
1.4 Up to date and modern training and education
1.5 Easily accessible and shareable
1.5.1 External verifcation
1.5.2 second marking
1.5.3 record keeping/portfolios
1.5.4 Information and knowledge base
1.5.5 Distance learning
1.6 Effective assessment
1.6.1 (self marking) quizzes
1.6.2 Peer and self-assessment
1.6.3 feedback audio video
1.6.4 collaborative tasks
2 Rationale for E-Learning and Assessment
2.1 Engaging and Motivating
2.2 Expected by students and educational institutions
2.3 Reflects the modern world
2.4 Time efficient
2.5 Meets diverse and special learning needs
2.6 Flexible and adaptable
2.7 Cost effective - most apps/tools are FREE
3 Risks
3.1 Data protection
3.2 Privacy
3.3 technophobia
4 A few E-Tools examples
4.1 Google docs


4.1.1 real time collaboration
4.1.2 summative comments
4.1.3 portfolios
4.1.4 quizzes/tests
4.1.5 presentations
4.2 Vocaroo
4.2.1 Tutor Audio feedback
4.2.2 Student audio peer and self assessment
4.3 Audioboom
4.3.1 Student podcasts
4.3.2 tutor podcasts eg oral assignment instructions
4.4 Pebblepad
4.4.1 NCTP assessment documentation
4.5 GoConqr
4.5.1 quizzes
4.5.2 mindmaps
4.6 Padlet
4.6.1 Online noticeboard for attaching links/files/photos
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