Call for Articles for a Thematic Report to Appear in the Journal Pédagogie collégiale in Spring 2017
It’s difficult to not be interested in the evaluation of learning. As Stéphanie Carle, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal Pédagogie collégiale, explains “this process influences the entire learning sequence”.
As a teacher, the question is undeniably asked: what do my students have to master by the end of:
- My course
- A series of courses
- The program
What is the desired level of proficiency, the methods by which to certify it and what are the issues related to these methods?
This theme sparks interest, as several articles have recently been published on Profweb taking on this subject from various angles.
- Peer Assessment via Moodle, It’s Possible!
- Audio Feedback: Customized Follow-up for Students
- The Electronic Tablet in Dance: A Tool at the Service of the Body
- Innovative Practices for the Evaluation of Learning
- Digital Resources to Provide Feedback to your Students
- Exploring Online Assessment Systems: Part 1 – Learning Catalytics
- Exploring Online Assessment Systems: Part 2 – Socrative, Google Forms, Spiral, Piazza, and more!
You have deeply thought about this theme and more precisely about evaluations in the context of distance learning or perhaps about the use of ICTs for evaluation, or for corrections. The Profweb team invites you to propose articles related to this thematic report to appear in spring 2017.
To submit your article to the Journal Pédagogie collégiale
- Carefully read the guidelines for submitting an article.
- Submit an article to the editorial committee of Pédagogie collégiale.
Deadline: Thursday January 5, 2017
To read the announcement published by the Journal Pédagogie collégiale “Évaluer les apprentissages – Appel d’articles pour un dossier thématique à paraitre dans Pédagogie collégiale au printemps 2017”. Available in French only.