Problematic of the Assessment Activity within Adaptive E-Learning Systems
Keywords:assessment, adaptive e-learning systems, competencies, ontologies, IMS- QTI
The purpose of this paper is to focus on the activity of assessment that takes a decisive place in the learning process and discuss the importance of this action for each participant of the process. After that, authors profile the desirable characteristics of an adaptive system and describe the importance of the assessment activity, the extent of its impact on the cognitive decision-making and the adaptation of learning within such systems. Later they present a model of e-assessment for an educational adaptive system, that can accept objects developed under open standards, by exploiting technology in the benefit of the pedagogy.
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