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Title: Online student engagement as formative assessment
Authors: Kawase, Ricardo 
Parmaxi, Antigoni 
Keywords: Technology enhanced learning;Language development;Learning;Formative assessment
Category: Languages and Literature
Field: Humanities
Issue Date: 7-May-2014
Abstract: While in traditional learning scenarios, formative assessment relies solely on the judgment of teachers, technology enhanced learning provides means for automatically identifying room for e ective learning improvement. Given a digital learning environment and the support of learning analytics, it is possible to infer input for formative assessments. Teachers might be assisted by systems to adapt their teaching practice and to individually assess students. In this paper, we present evidence of this matter by reporting the experience of a teacher during a 13 week language course and by analyzing the students’ content production in an online environment during the same period
Type: Conference Papers
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