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Compendium of Design

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Enhance the Teaching & Learning of Design

Identifying the Assessment Schema

Assessments can be categorised into two different schemes. Judgement-based assessment and objective based. These are outlined below.

Objective based Assessments

Objective based assessments are those that require no judgement on behalf of the assessing teacher. These often include:

  • True-false
  • Matching
  • Multiple choice questions
  • Pictorial
  • Cloze
  • Fill in the blank
  • Sentence completion

 Judgement based Assessments

These assessments require a teacher to make an educated judgement and moderate student responses based on an agreed matrix or rubric of competent responses. These may include:

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