21st Century Assessment
Assessment today …
“Examinations have become the
master of education, not the servant”
Every year students sit over
30 million examination papers
Students sit external
examinations at the ages
of 7, 11, 14, 16, 17 and 18
"My wish for students is that
they be liberated from the
tyranny of perpetual
assessment to discover the
joy of learning"
Julie Blake, Deputy Head
A sixth-form college can spend £325,000
on examination costs, with two full-time
and one part-time staff members employed
solely for exam administration
A typical secondary school
spends around £100,000 a year
on external examinations
“Examination overload
threatens to turn education from
an intellectual and spiritual
adventure into a treadmill”
Tony Hubbard
Assessment today …
“Examinations have become the
master of education, not the servant”
Every year students sit over
30 million examination papers
Students sit external
examinations at the ages
of 7, 11, 14, 16, 17 and 18
"My wish for students is that
they be liberated from the
tyranny of perpetual
assessment to discover the
joy of learning"
Julie Blake, Deputy Head
A sixth-form college can spend £325,000
on examination costs, with two full-time
and one part-time staff members employed
solely for exam administration
A typical secondary school
spends around £100,000 a year
on external examinations
“Examination overload
threatens to turn education from
an intellectual and spiritual
adventure into a treadmill”
Tony Hubbard
21st Century Assessment
Rachel Tilden Walker
21st Century e-Assessment
New ways to
assess
students
Effective
use of
school &
pupil data
Formative
use of
summative
data
Develop
assessment
for learning
21st Century e-Assessment
Summative
Tests
QCA ICT
Test
Effective
use of
school &
pupil data
Formative
use of
summative
data
Develop
assessment
for learning
21st Century e-Assessment
Summative
Tests
QCA ICT
Test
Effective
use of
school &
pupil data
Online
Marking
DOMS
Develop
assessment
for learning
21st Century e-Assessment
Summative
Tests
QCA ICT
Test
Online
Marking
DOMS
School
Self
Evaluation
RAISEonline
Develop
assessment
for learning
21st Century e-Assessment
Summative
Tests
QCA ICT
Test
Online
Marking
DOMS
School
Self
Evaluation
RAISEonline
AfL and
Learning
Platforms
21st Century e-Assessment
Summative
Tests
QCA ICT
Test
How is Summative Assessement
changing in the 21st Century?
• QCA Strategic Objectives for e-Assessment
(by 2009)
– All existing and new qualifications available for on-screen
assessment
– All awarding bodies set up to accept and assess e-portfolios
– At least 10 new qualifications designed specifically for electronic
delivery and assessment
– Start to develop on-demand assessments
How is Summative Assessement
changing in the 21st Century?
• QCA Strategic Objectives for e-Assessment
(by 2009)
• Development of e-Assessment projects
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World Class Arena
eVIVA
Project e-Scape
Online pilot for Basic and Key Skills Tests
On-screen test for ICT at Key Stage 3
How is Summative Assessement
changing in the 21st Century?
• QCA Strategic Objectives for e-Assessment
(by 2009)
• Development of e-Assessment projects
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World Class Arena
eVIVA
Project e-Scape
Online pilot for Basic and Key Skills Tests
On-screen test for ICT at Key Stage 3
What would you do next to find the
maximum speed of the “Dynamix” ride?
A. Carry out an advanced search using Advanced
Search Options, e.g. speech marks and exact
phrase.
B. Carry out a search using one keyword, e.g.
Dynamix.
C. Make an estimate based on your experience of
rollercoasters.
D. Carry out a refined search using two or more
keywords, e.g. Dynamix and speed.
How did you do?
A. Carry out an advanced search using Advanced
Search Options, e.g. speech marks and exact
phrase. (L5 evidence)
B. Carry out a search using one keyword, e.g.
Dynamix. (L3 evidence)
C. Make an estimate based on your experience of
rollercoasters. (no level evidence)
D. Carry out a refined search using two or more
keywords, e.g. Dynamix and speed. (L4
evidence)
QCA ICT test
• “the KS3 ICT test is redesigning testing
in schools”
• “one of the best tests we have found’
… ‘ a sophisticated new approach”
• Winner of the ‘Innovative Project of
the Year’ award
“ …upgrades the ICT skills of
tomorrow’s workforce”
How can you prepare for the test?
• If you haven’t got involved yet - do so now!
• Register on www.ks3ictpilot.com
• Run the audit tool to check your network and
workstations
• Install the software
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Train your staff
Prepare your pupils
Take part in the 2006 and 2007 pilots
Get off to a flying start in the 2008 statutory test!
21st Century e-Assessment
Online
Marking
DOMS
Can ICT make a difference to
paper-based assessments?
• Industrial scale systems to move and store
exams, marks and their associated data
• Current project involves digitisation of paper
scripts
• Future applications – using digital output from
computer based testing platforms
Why is online marking better?
• Easier for examiners
• Improves quality control
• Enhances teaching and learning
21st Century e-Assessment
School
Self
Evaluation
RAISEonline
How can we make effective use of data?
• Ofsted’s New Relationship with Schools
– One goal is to make better use of data
• Merge PANDA and PAT to create RAISEonline
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Developed by RM for Ofsted and the DfES
Web-based data publishing system
Provides school and pupil level data, accessed in one place
Wide range of analytical information for school selfevaluation
– Launch due Summer 2006
Why use RAISEonline?
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Data collected and loaded by the DfES
Common analyses published and shared
Consistent data and analysis
Flexible and interactive reporting system
Question level analysis
Target setting
21st Century e-Assessment
AfL and
Learning
Platforms
How can ICT support AfL?
• Good practice is based on the relationship
between teacher and student
• ICT can provide online content
• ICT can provide tools to support AfL pedagogy
• Learning Platforms and personalisation
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Virtual Learning Environments
Assessment tools
E-portfolios
Dynamic links with school MIS
• How is RM developing its Learning Platform?
LEARNING PLATFORM
Data collection
and analysis
Learning content
management
Learning content
creation
Learning content
delivery
Online Test &
task creator
Teacher/pupil
workflow
Independent
learning plans
KALEIDOS
VTLE
Target setting
Exemplar library
Assessment content
E-portfolio
Mark book
Mark book plus
MIS
Report writing
KALEIDOS
ASSESSMENT
External links – parents, LEAs etc
e-Assessment and AfL
Key
Stakeholders
I know where
I am
Access to
markbooks and
assessment tools
Personal portfolios
Interactive
markbooks
Automatic alerts
from markbooks
Pupil data
aggregation and
analysis tools, linked
to school targets
I know where
I’m going
I know how to
get there
I know where I am …
What can support you now?
Kaleidos
markbooks can
combine
objectives, test
scores, task
information and
free text columns
I know where I am …
What can support you now?
Pupils can view
markbook
information if
given access by
teachers.
I know where I am …
A future vision – Kaleidos Assessment
Markbook has
additional structure, so
that topics, targets and
assessment
opportunities can be
linked…
… and they
automatically colour
code to show
achievement.
I know where I am …
A future vision – Kaleidos Assessment
Year 9 – predicted and current levels
MIS information can
be used in the
markbook for cohort
analysis…
… with easy analysis
tools for teacher and
SMT.
e-Assessment and AfL
Key
Stakeholders
I know where
I am
Access to
markbooks and
assessment tools
I know where
I’m going
Shared ownership
of target setting
Personal portfolios
Access to exemplar
libraries
Interactive
markbooks
Personalised and
group target setting
Automatic alerts
from markbooks
Class portfolios for
peer assessment
Pupil data
aggregation and
analysis tools, linked
to school targets
Group view of
targets set and
achieved vs
predicted grades
I know how to
get there
I know where I’m going …
What can support you now?
National Curriculum
in Action has
annotated examples
of pupils’ work.
I know where I’m going …
What can support you now?
A portal
gives
teachers
and pupils
access to
interest
groups, to
share and
comment on
work.
I know where I’m going …
A future vision – Kaleidos Assessment
Pupils can
contribute to and
comment on
their targets.
I know where I’m going …
A future vision – Kaleidos Assessment
Courses can be
personalised for
groups and
individuals,
automatically
linking
assessment data
with search
criteria.
I know where I’m going …
A future vision – Kaleidos Assessment
Markbooks
reflect
personalised
courses and
show pupil
comments and
targets.
e-Assessment and AfL
Key
Stakeholders
I know where
I am
Access to
markbooks and
assessment tools
I know where
I’m going
I know how to
get there
Shared ownership
of target setting
Access to learning
resources
Personal portfolios
Access to exemplar
libraries
Task workflow and
dialogue with teacher
Interactive
markbooks
Personalised and
group target setting
Access to teaching
resources
Automatic alerts
from markbooks
Class portfolios for
peer assessment
Group analysis tools
in markbook
Pupil data
aggregation and
analysis tools, linked
to school targets
Group view of
targets set and
achieved vs
predicted grades
Comparative analysis
tools
Reporting tools for
individuals/groups
I know how to get there …
What can support you now?
Kaleidos can be
used to create
courses for
whole class
teaching and
independent
learning.
I know how to get there …
What can support you now?
Religious Studies
D&T
Science
History
English
ICT
Geography
Languages
Maths
I know how to get there …
What can support you now?
Religious Studies
D&T
Science
History
English
ICT
Geography
Languages
Maths
I know how to get there …
What can support you now?
Support and self
assessment
opportunities
are available
within Kaleidos
tasks.
I know how to get there …
A future vision – Kaleidos Assessment
Attainment can
be shown by
teaching
objectives or
level criteria
statements.
I know how to get there …
A future vision – Kaleidos Assessment
Reporting and
assessment are
linked and can
include workflow
with students
and parents.
Turning the vision into reality
• Key requirements for Kaleidos Assessment
– Join assessment and learning together
– Share ownership of learning outcomes
– Give access to data from multiple sources and appropriate
analysis tools to make sense of it
• The Learning Platform is evolving …
LEARNING PLATFORM
Data collection
and analysis
Learning content
management
Learning content
creation
Learning content
delivery
Online Test &
task creator
Teacher/pupil
workflow
Independent
learning plans
KALEIDOS
VTLE
Target setting
Exemplar library
Assessment content
E-portfolio
Mark book
Mark book plus
MIS
Report writing
KALEIDOS
ASSESSMENT
External links – parents, LEAs etc
Turning the vision into reality
• Key requirements for Kaleidos Assessment
– Join assessment and learning together
– Give access to data from multiple sources and appropriate
analysis tools to make sense of it
– Share ownership of learning outcomes
• The Learning Platform is evolving
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Would you like to be involved?
21st Century e-Assessment
Summative
Tests
QCA ICT
Test
The QCA ICT test will be statutory in 2008.
Get involved now - check your ICT
infrastructure and register for the 2006 pilot.
www.ks3ictpilot.com
21st Century e-Assessment
Online
Marking
DOMS
Which high-stakes examinations can
provide you with the most useful data?
How can you use this in school to
support transformation?
21st Century e-Assessment
RAISEonline will be available this
summer.
How can you maximise the benefits
it will bring to your school?
School
Self
Evaluation
RAISEonline
21st Century e-Assessment
The Learning Platform is evolving with
school requirements.
Kaleidos VTLE is the starting point and
Kaleidos Assessment is in development.
Now is the time to start planning and
sharing your requirements.
AfL and
Learning
Platforms
21st Century e-Assessment
Summative
Tests
QCA ICT
Test
Online
Marking
DOMS
School
Self
Evaluation
RAISEonline
AfL and
Learning
Platforms
SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT
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