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Escape E-assessment

Digital technologies allow for assessment work to be written, recorded and assessed using ICT. Regulations and guidance were produced by QCA on how digital technologies can play a part in assessment. Using digital technologies to help students demonstrate levels of creativity is also a feature of e-assessment.


The introduction of e-assessment into examinations – A Chief Examiner’s view‘ – this Teaching Geography article (Spring 2009) outlines how GCSE Exam Boards are using online systems for markers to assess handwritten student work which has been scanned and uploaded to their system. Teaching Geography subscribers can login to download the full article.

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