Did you know computer-based testing can be used as an instructional tool and not just as a summative assessment of student learning? It’s true! The quick videos below will explain three different ways ExamSoft's testing platform can be used as formative assessment tool for student learning.
Want to make class active? Flip, perhaps? Turn your class into active learning sessions that prompt students to engage with content in meaningful and fun ways. How? Give students content to review before coming to class while including a pre-class ExamSoft formative assessment exercise. Learn the details and educational benefits in the short video below!
Synchronous and asynchronous formative assessments can be used when students are out of the classroom and on rotations. In addition to improving the instructional process and student experience, formative assessments can be used to standardize content across rotations and satisfy accreditation requirements. Press play below to see how!
Computer-based assessments can be implemented with more versatility and utility than the classic individual assessments we all know. Formative assessment can be used to engage students in collaborative, peer-driven learning. With the appropriate higher-order thinking questions and delivery, students will be on their way to interacting with content and classmates in meaningful exercises that lead to improved retention. Check it out below!
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