Assessment and Feedback
Learning as a journey or skill acquisition to be the best that you can be, either like interrailing between London and Rome via Amsterdam, Paris, Vienna, and Madrid, or running a swimming club for disability swimmers.
A disability a person may have can be physical or mental, or a combination of both and will present itself along a spectrum.
Accessibility set up
Chair, position of screen and keyboard
Touch screen - voice activated
What is being assessed? Know what they can do, believe what they could do.
Differentiate between true and false, safe and dangerous
Profile and passwords
The ability to understand and utilize social media effectively.
Search engine marketing
Strategy & Planning
Pay per click
Design in engineering
Building and maintaining IT systems and networks
Research and quantitative data analysis
Respond to and send email
Complete an online form (application)
Create a profile and then a CV
Safeguarding yourself and others
Take part in an online discussion
Do an interactive quiz
Find your way to x
Purchase a ticket
Decide if something is true or false
Simple computer related tasks
Answer a question
Organise: a trip to the beach, to see a film...
What was your grade?
Feedback to students based on their needs.
Complete a workbook
Add an image
Tell me your learning story
Explain what is meant by accessibility (who it applies to and who benefits)
Explain what feedback is.
Explain how the above differ in the digital domain
List some strategies for implementing digital assessment and feedback methods for a variety of students with accessibility needs.
Create a working example of both digital assessment and digital feedback in practice