Using Oral Assessments to Collect Evidence of Learning

Oral assessments can serve as a great method to collect another type of evidence of student learning. It typically consists of a time-limited interview with a student to verbally confirm to what degree they’ve met one or more course outcomes through a series of questions and prompts to guide the conversation. Collecting assessment evidence this way can be especially helpful while teaching remotely.

Please review this video to learn more about this assessment strategy.

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Want to talk to someone about using this in your course?

If you are interested in exploring using oral assessments in your teaching, please contact gmctl@usask.ca with your request. One of our Educational Development Specialists can assist you in setting this up in an effective and efficient way.

 

Note: Thank you to Aditi Garg for her assistance in putting together this post and video.

 

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