The Interplay Between Digital Automatic-Assessment and Self-Assessment

Shai Olsher, Daniel Thurm

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Abstract

It is well established that digital formative assessment can support student learning, for example by means of digital automatic-assessment of students' work in rich digital environments. However, at the same time self-assessment is regarded as important i -cognitive skills and to put learners in a key position where they develop responsibility and ownership of their learning. Yet, little is known about combining automatic- and selfassessment. In this pioneering research study, we investigate the interplay between automatic-assessment and self-assessment in the context of Example- Eliciting-Tasks. Based on quantitative and qualitative data we demonstrate the potentials of combining self- and automatic-assessment and outline obstacles that can inform design principles for combining both forms of assessment.
Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 44th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
EditorsM. Prasitha, N. Changsri, N. Boonsena
Place of PublicationKhon Kaen, Thailand
Pages431-440
Number of pages10
Volume3
StatePublished - 19 Jul 2021

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