Three Tangible Ideas for Engaging Assessment Content

Engaged students learn and perform better – not to mention they’re much more enjoyable to teach. One of the most important function a teacher does is not simply explaining information but to keep a student engaged, s important in all aspects of the class, especially during test taking.

The “3 Tangible Ideas for Engaging Assessment Content” white paper will describe how to utilize assessments not only for end-of-course-year tests but to create formative assessments that serve as an ongoing check-in and keep students motivated while progressing on their learning path.

Download this white paper to discover how to create the types of digital assessment content that is likely to resonate with students, while driving them towards higher levels of learning. It will illustrate:

  • The use of the six concepts of engagement as a framework to design and develop your items and assessments
  • The importance of Technology-Enhanced items (TEIs) and how to use them to simplify the item-authoring process
  • Ways to find inspiration from organizations that are leading the way in providing engaging assessment content