Title

Student Perceptions of Assessment Efficacy in Online and Blended Classes

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2007

Abstract

This study reports on the way students perceive different assessment strategies or tasks and their perceptions of the efficacy of those assessment strategies in blended and online environments. In particular, this study examined the way those perceptions di ffer between students with more and less experience. The practical focus of this study is to help explain how assessment, particularly in online and blended learning environments, might be deployed more effectively to meet and shape learners’ expectations and experiences to help them “gain control” of “important standards and habits of mind.”

Comments

This book chapter was originally published in Blended Learning: Research Perspectives.

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