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Dr Preman Rajalingam, Director, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Pedagogy | Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
In this video (part 2 of 2), Dr Preman Rajalingam continues the discussion on teaching and learning practices and the importance of feedback in shaping curriculum and delivering an authentic assessment experience, at Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
Preman explores the inadequacies of traditional low-level and recall type assessments for the online setting. He makes the case that many of the concerns around online assessment reliability, it’s validity, and the prevalence of students cheating, will diminish upon the design and implementation of more authentic, higher-order assessment.
He also looks ahead to the real potential of AI technology to supercharge just-in-time feedback, towards adaptive learning customised to the individual.
How should educators balance the formative assessment endeavour with the summative component, to secure learning outcomes? Watch the video to hear Preman’s advice.
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