Bridging the gap between assessment & teaching / Learning

Contemporary Educational theories

Assessment should promote learning

Formative Evaluation (Feedback / Reflection)

Data – driven decision – making utility

Teacher tools 2.4

1- Teacher can store their problems or test items in a database where they are sorted by:

Domain / Competency






Belonging ( To the revised Bloom’s taxonomy)

2- Potential for sharing questions via question banks.
3- Quality of questions can be easily monitored by statistical analysis.
4- Automatic generation of worksheets, home works & Quizzes.
5- Eliminated the need for double marking
6- Marking is not prone to himan error
7- Compute and print student’s scores and averages along with evaluation.
8- Aids the transmission and administration of marks that can be automatically entered into information management systems and student records databases.
9- Teachers can monitor the progress of student through more frequent assessments.
10- Student can monitor their own progress, self – assessment can be promoted.
11- Detailed, Specific feedback is available to students immediately after testing.
12- Large groups are more easily assessed, quickly and consistently.
13- Diagnostic reports and analyses can be generated.
14- Facilitates summative as well as formative evaluation.
15- Allow multiple interpretations of scores.
16- Provide support units for student who need it.
17- Support performance – based assessment by using rubrics.
18- Act like an electronic portfolio documenting students’ performance.
19- Support tabular and charts reports.
20- Enforce curriculum alignment.