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Authentic Assessment and Multimedia: How University Students Respond to a Model of Authentic Assessment ARTICLE

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Higher Education Research and Development Volume 17, Number 3, ISSN 0729-4360

Abstract

Describes seven defining characteristics of “authentic” assessment and how they have been operationalized in an interactive multimedia learning environment in preservice teacher education. A study showed students responded favorably to the elements of authentic assessment and had a good understanding of the software's content; this was corroborated by observation of strategies used by the students in their teaching practice. (Author/MSE)

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Herrington, J. & Herrington, A. (1998). Authentic Assessment and Multimedia: How University Students Respond to a Model of Authentic Assessment. Higher Education Research and Development, 17(3), 305. Retrieved November 16, 2018 from .

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