‘Education is not just about going to school and getting a degree. It’s just about widening your knowledge and absorbing the truth about life’ –Shakunthala Devi
Whether you learn or teach, assessing where you or your student stands are an integral part of every learning process. This is usually done through tests and traditionally tests are either verbal or written. Written tests are more popular due to their convenience.
When technology intervenes, we expect a better way, which in the case of assessments is by means of Assessment Management Systems
Let’s delve deeper…
Assessment Management System is basically technology leveraged to assess what your child has learned, through different types of questions such as ‘Fill in the blanks, Multiple Choice Questions, Match the list, Yes or No questions’, etc…
It incorporates personalized adaptive testing modules that run in a systematic and continuous mode to get best results.
Question types include
1) Multiple Choice Questions(MCQ’s)
2) Match the following
3) Fill in the blanks
4) Order the following
5) All these assessment questions have pre-defined answers
As these questions have fixed responses, automatic validation is possible
Now that you have a general idea about the technology, let’s see what it’s benefits are….
The online assessment exam can be easily accessed, even from home anytime. So, as a teacher, you can spend more time to teach the topic rather than for tests.
The teaching process is completed only when you conduct a test to know how much he/she has learned. When you struggle to complete the syllabus before the exam, it would be really difficult for you to conduct class tests or exams.
The online Assessment Management System will be a helping hand for you, as you can teach the portions in school and the students can have their tests at home.
Soon after the student gives an exam, the student, parents, and teachers will be notified with the results, with which the students can evaluate themselves and the teachers and parents can track the progress.
When a student takes an exam, he/she will be shown results within a span of 5-10 seconds, with which they can analyze the portion they are weak in and spend more time accordingly.
Parents, teachers, and the students are directly or indirectly involved in this learning process. Let’s go through it in detail:
In short, the Student Assessment System, allows teachers to upload, track and analyze the understandings of a student about a particular topic, which will help busy parents to keep track of learning outcomes and students to self-evaluate and thereby analyze what they have learned.
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