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Published on December 10, 2007

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Tests and Quizzes Tool (aka SAMigo):  Tests and Quizzes Tool (aka SAMigo) Marc Brierley, Stanford University T&Q Lead Designer Agenda:  Agenda Design Origins Feature Overview Focus on pedagogical flexibility using templates Short Demo Futures Where did the design originate?:  Where did the design originate? Formative Assessment (Homework) Stanford Assignment Tool for Human Biology CourseWork CMS with Language Tools (Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded) OKI Tools Workshop to Specify Functionality (Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded) OKI Formative Assessment Tool (Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded) Summative Assessment (High-Stakes tests) OnCourse Quiz Tool Where did the design originate?:  Where did the design originate? OKI Tools Workshop Many schools met to define needs for a CMS One group specified the needs for an Assessment Tool Several hundred functional requirements identified Where did the design originate?:  Where did the design originate? Assignment and Assessment Manager Supports teaching and learning in large lecture science courses and in language instruction This OKI Tool was developed at Stanford Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded Where did the design originate?:  Where did the design originate? AAM design combined with OnCourse Quiz tool design “Navigo” (2003) Stanford and Indiana join Sakai project, Stanford rewrites tool to Sakai Style Guide TPP, tool renamed SAMigo (2004-present) What are T&Q’s features::  What are T&Q’s features: Assessment Authoring Assessment Publishing Assessment-taking Management Assessment Grading Question Pools Management Template Management Organize & Publish Assessments:  Organize & Publish Assessments Core (pending) Assessments for a course Starting page for assessment authoring Can be ex/imported in QTI XML format When ready, published via settings Published Assessments for student assessment-taking When students respond, scores link appears Can change release, due, retract dates Question Types:  Question Types Multiple Choice (single and multiple correct) Multiple Choice Survey True/False Matching Essay/Short Answer Fill in the Blank File Upload Audio Recording* * in future Sakai 2.x release Rich-Text Everywhere:  Rich-Text Everywhere WYSIWYG editor Fonts, style, layout, images, HTML, links In section headers, question texts, selections for responses, and feedback Pedagogical Flexibility:  Pedagogical Flexibility Online test Self-study questions Homework, problem-sets Paper, code, or project submission Language drills Quick knowledge probes Surveys Others??? Templates:  Templates Create assessment “types” for different disciplines, different uses Hide complexity by selecting what which settings are visible to the instructor. Pre-set defaults by making setting choices for the type (e.g., Self-study always has immediate feedback) Template Workflow:  Template Workflow Online Test:  Online Test Unique tests for each student Randomized order of questions Randomized draw from question pools Timed test-taking during access window Auto-submit at end of timed period One submission only per student Higher Security IP Addresses restricted Secondary Password (proctored) No late submissions accepted Scores transferred to gradebook Self-Study Questions:  Self-Study Questions Immediate feedback Random access to Questions Table of contents Marked for review list No record of score in gradebook No due date; always available to student Unlimited submissions allowed Homework/Problem Sets:  Homework/Problem Sets Published with multiple release and due dates for different sections Multiple methods for handling late submissions Students can save work during assignment period. Auto-grading with methods for diagnosing learning problems Quick-reviews of student aggregate performance by instructors viewing histograms, statistics. Pools for organizing questions for reuse Essay and Project Submission:  Essay and Project Submission Use file upload question type for submitting any type of document Grader can download assignment; upload marked-up file to return to student Grades are recorded in gradebook Question Pools:  Question Pools Organize questions into multiple subpools Author Questions from within Pool Mgr. Randomly draw from pools for an assessment Demo:  Demo T&Q 2.1 Highlights:  T&Q 2.1 Highlights “Section-Aware” grading - assessments filtered by section (e.g. discussion, lab) Workflow improvements (based on 2.0.1 usability testing) Code refactored to expose tool API looser coupling to Sakai (or other CMS) clean stand-alone build T&Q post-2.1 Future:  T&Q post-2.1 Future Audio-recording question type (Stanford) Others Export assessment results Release assessments to specific classes and sections Department/school-level templates Question Pool sharing by group, import/export NEW! Assessment Tools DG:  NEW! Assessment Tools DG First BOF Time: Thursday 7:30-8:30am Location: Salon J Possible Topics current usage and best use recommendations for assessment tools within Sakai assessment pedagogy (both formative and summative) user interaction and tool design assessment tool interoperability with other tools (e.g. Tests & Quizzes with Gradebook) and standards compliance (e.g. IMS-QTI) process for feature requests and prioritization future plans for assessment tools Questions?:  Questions? Contacts:  Contacts Marc Brierley, Stanford University T&Q Lead Designer Lydia Li, Stanford University T&Q Project Manager Homepage:

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