How do we assess students’ learning in these in Web 2.0 environments? We want to go beyond assessing the mere mechanics of using these tools; unfortunately, most current rubrics for Web 2.0 learning devote only a minuscule amount (usually 16% or less) to actual student academic learning. We want to refocus our assessments to reflect the students in-depth and comprehensive standards-based learning and the 21st Century Skills.
Change Web 2.0 assessments to assess standards-based learning and 21st Century learning!
With minor changes, the following assessments can be modified for any Web 2.0 tool.
Pre-assess your students’ Web 2.0 projects to raise the academic learning and 21st century skills.
The following are “rubrics” that assess standards-based learning and 21st century skills.
I welcome your reaction to these assessments as we try to help students improve in their academic content and develop 21st century skills.
My book, Formative Assessment: Responding to Students, is available through Eye-on-Education.