Monthly Archives: October 2014

Reflection after Quiz and Assignment 1 (EDS113)

As I am introduced to new ideas with Modules 1 and 2, I now see assessments differently. I remain result-oriented but the results that I look for now become more holistic. Instead of looking forward to getting good scores and … Continue reading

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Assessment for learning (EDS113 – Mod2)

The most neglected and in my opinion, a very important component in learning is the concept of Assessment for Learning. This is more commonly known as formative & diagnostic assessments. Assessment FOR learning is the use of a task or … Continue reading

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High School Assessment (EDS113 – Mod 1)

I consider myself someone with above average Mathematical skills. The biggest proof, I took up BS Mathematics in college in UPLB. In high school, when my graduating class of about 180 students took an aptitude test before graduation, I ranked … Continue reading

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