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Evaluation of the learning path independent assessments of Windesheim used in the educational domain of Health and Well-being in part-time education

Jonge, Kimberly de (2018) Evaluation of the learning path independent assessments of Windesheim used in the educational domain of Health and Well-being in part-time education.

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Abstract:To assure everybody can participate in society, and to give everybody a chance to work in a fast-changing labour market, the Dutch government has implemented Lifelong Learning. Due to this educational shift, more flexible education is needed. That is why the Dutch government started the pilot flexibilization in higher education. Due to this educational change, the way of assessing needs to change too. The assessments need to become learning path independent. These assessments need to be evaluated to come up with recommendations for making new assessments in the future and adjusting the assessments currently used. To evaluate the new assessments used by Windesheim in the field of Health and Well-being the self-evaluation procedure of Baartman, Bastiaens, Kirschner, & van der Vleuten (2006) will be used, which uses a mixed methods approach. This self-evaluation procedure uses the following criteria: acceptability, authenticity, cognitive complexity, comparability, costs & efficiency, educational consequences, fairness, fitness for purpose, fitness for self-assessment, meaningfulness, reproducibility of decisions and transparency. First questionnaire which is based on this framework will be used. Second the outcomes of this questionnaire will be discussed in focus groups. Based on these results, recommendations will be made.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:81 education, teaching
Programme:Educational Science and Technology MSc (60023)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/76810
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