Assessment is a complex process that requires careful planning. This nanocourse takes us a step further in understanding the 'how' of assessment.
In particular, you will explore three fundamental areas that require decisions as you plan to ‘do’ assessment. These include the types and tools needed for assessment, the frequency and sequence in which assessment should be done and the content
and impact that will help us generate meaningful assessment. The course includes a reading selection from the author's book: Towards Vital Wholeness in Theological Education.
On completion of this course, you will have acquired practical knowledge on the ‘how’ of assessment in three fundamental areas of theological education.
- Types and tools of assessment
- Frequency and sequence of assessment
- Content and impact of assessment
This course is authored by Dr. Jessy Jaison. Jessy has been a theological educator in India for the past 28 years, editor of the Journal of Theological Education and Mission (JOTEAM) and a devoted consultant
for transformative theological education.
This is a self-paced online course.
2 hours of learning.
ICETE Academy points
You will need to watch three videos, read an article, submit an example of good practice in assessment and complete a short quiz.
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