Classroom Assessment: New Norms of Student Assessments and Assessment-Related Research During COVID-19
This panel discussion was one of the sessions in International Multidisciplinary Prospective Research in Education and Social Sciences (IMPRESS21) conference that took place on 7-9 September 2021. This discussion was about assessments and the panel members were Professor Heidi Andrade (University at Albany, State University of New York, USA) whose work focuses on the relationships between learning and assessment, with an emphasis on student self-assessment and self-control learning, and Professor Dr. Siti Eshah Mokshein (Sultan Idris Education University, Perak, Malaysia), who gives focus on Educational Statistics, Measurement and Evaluation, Educational Assessments and Program Evaluation, among her other research interests. The panel gives an overview of classroom assessments, assessment-related research, and research prospects in the evolving environment. The aim of this discussion is to provide suggestions on how instructors may assess their students' work in the face of the pandemic, as well as, how researchers can conduct assessment-related studies that will be beneficial to academicians in the new norms.
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