When considering how to approach assessment with online learning, mathematics teachers are confronted with what its purpose should be. Jean-Pierre le Roux guides us through this important journey of assessing our assessments.
Dirk Basson shares his journey of exploring relevant and effective assessment tools with online learning. He considers the underlying reasons for assessing our students and tackles some important issues.
JP le Roux is the Head of the Mathematics Department at Cedar House School. His research interests include assessing for mathematical proficiency. He has led discussions on new and effective approaches to assessments with online learning. He will talk on how to assess for more than procedural fluency during remote learning. This will focus on the complexities and opportunities of adapting classroom-based assessment and learning.
In this article Anita Campbell, Academic Development Lecturer of Mathematics at UCT, gives helpful tips to help lecturers having to venture into the world of online teaching. She addresses personal and academic needs that might arise from these new platforms that are being used.