TALOE has developed a web based tool to help teachers and trainers decide on the most appropriate evaluation strategies to their online courses taking into account the defined learning outcomes for the courses.
Recently the project was one of the prize winners of my-VITA 2015. This award is given to initiatives and projects in the field of competence based learning and validation concerning formal and informal learning in Europe. The award ceremony was held in Mechelen (Belgium), at a conference organized by the PROVIDE project.
A new webinar “Mind the Gap! Perceptual differences and learning” is due on 16 September, 2015 at 11.00 CET, as part of the TALOE webinar series “Talks on e-assessment and learning outcomes”. The lecturer will be Steve Wheeler, associate professor of Learning Technology in Plymouth Institute of Education, Plymouth University. He is going to discuss different gaps teachers and students face every day – generational gaps, gaps in understanding, expectation gaps, gaps in literacy, intention gaps – which can be widened or narrowed by using technology. He also explores flipped roles, digital assessment and technology enhanced learning in his presentation.
Participants can join the webinar at https://connect.srce.hr/taloe_webinars/ without previous registration.
You can comment the sixth topic and put questions to the presenters in advance here. The recording of the previous webinars of the series are available here, and so will be all the future webinars.