An interesting concept "Classroom gaze" was introduced in the new paper by Tim Fawns.et.al "Seamful learning and professional education" According to the paper Classroom gaze happens when "students see what they have learned to prioritise in the academic context, shaped, in part, by the ways they are taught and assessed." https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1391757021125349376?s=20
Month: May 2021
Comparing Open book exams And Closed book exams
Since the covid-shock, educational thinkers have been vigorously debating alternative assessment methods to suit the changed conditions. A 2016 systematic review(Medical Ed) comparing Open book exams vs Closed book exams(shared by David Carless) provided some insights about the use of open-book exams as an alternative to regular assessment methods. The review looked at six outcome categories: (1) … Continue reading Comparing Open book exams And Closed book exams
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