Investigating How Digital Technologies Can Support a Triad-Approach for Student Assessment in Higher Education
The purpose of this research study was to investigate if and how digital technologies could be used to support a triad-approach for student assessment in higher education. This triad-approach consisted of self-reflection, peer feedback, and instructor assessment practices in a pre-service teacher education course at a Canadian university. Through online surveys, journal postings, and post-course interviews the study participants indicated that digital technologies could be used to effectively support such a triad-approach only if students were more actively involved in the assessment process and the course instructor placed a greater emphasis on formative assessment practices.
Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology