Assessing Digital Student Productions, a Design-Based Research Study on the Development of a Criteria-Based Assessment Tool for Students’ Digital Multimodal Productions

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Abstract

Digital multimodal production is becoming increasingly important as a 21st century skill and as a learning condition in school (K-12). Moreover, there is a growing attention to the significance of
criteria-based assessment for learning. Nevertheless, assessment of students’ digital multimodal productions is often vague or lacking. Therefore, the research project aims at developing a tool to
support assessment of student’s digital multimodal productions through a design-based research method. This paper presents a proposal for issues to be considered through a prototyping phase,
based on interviews with six experienced teachers, analysis of educational materials, analysis of the national curriculum, as well as diverse theoretical perspectives covering text theory, assessment theory, and multimodal theory.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date18 May 2016
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 18 May 2016

Keywords

  • learning, educational science and teaching

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