Towards A Paradigm Shift for A New Model of Alternative Assessment

Background

To initiate discussion on a paradigm shift to a new assessment model, The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) and Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) are conceiving a project to try out some innovative assessment approaches in the coming academic year.

We hope that this project will be an active response to a learning environment where assessment is not only confined by subject domain knowledge but also its application. In such an environment, students often engage in inquiries into, and problem solving of, discipline-related scenarios. In the process, they put their subject domain knowledge to test, and develop generic competencies.

This website serves as a hub of project resources and latest news.

What's new?

A symposium titled “Alternative Assessment in Reality” was held on 4 December as a part of the International Conference on Learning and Teaching 2020. The chair, Dr Theresa Kwong, the Assistant Director of Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning of Hong Kong Baptist University led a sharing and discussion with four speakers from Hong Kong Baptist University and the Education University of Hong Kong. The summary and video achieve of the symposium are available in Resources.

 

Two new case studies about applying alternative assessment in 2020 Fall semester shared by Dr. LAM Wai Man Winnie and Dr YEE Ting Sum Lydia are available in Resources.

 

Delivering the University ePortfolio Course

Dr. LAM Wai Man Winnie
Department of Mathematics and Information Technology
The Education University of Hong Kong

 

Three considerations in designing alternative assessment

Dr YEE Ting Sum Lydia
Department of Psychology
The Education University of Hong Kong

 

If you would like to take part in ASI project, please email LTTC.