. The emergence of learning analytics afforded for the analysis of digital traces of user interaction with technology. This analysis offers many opportunities to advance understanding and enhance learning and the environments in which learning occurs.
In Workstation assessment Workers that use this type of equipment on a daily basis face an increased risk to encounter health issues that can range from fatigue and eyestrain to limb problems and backaches. Often than not, the cause for those health problems can be from poorly designed workstations and workspaces
In the same way that office workers throughout the United Kingdom can face different health risks, the same is true for those who are working at home. This makes home worker Workstation Assessment evenly significant, particularly at a time when more and more people are working from home.
I chose this video because it highlights how technology can be used to differentiate instruction and of course assessment. I think this is one of the biggest areas where technology can be a game changer in terms of presenting material in different manners and allowing students to show their knowledge and application in different ways. The comments about day to day feedback and self assessment was a theme I found in several of the clips and articles.
This video looks at improving assessments so they don’t just measure learning but help create learning. It had some great examples of where folks go wrong and focuses on higher education where I preside. I enjoyed how it outlined better steps to lead to learning. Thinking about incorporating peer feedback as well as the need for good rubrics played in well to the greater themes.
I’ve included this website as NASPA is one the key associations in informing student affairs practitioners. Assessment is coming into play more and more for higher ed professionals for a couple of reasons. The first is there is an impetus to measure our work and impact on students. The other is to identify ways in which we can complement the academic side to better educate and to better retain students. NASPA provides some great benchmarking data as well to compare peer institutions, like students, and so on.