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Model-Based Course Assessment – Principles and Practice

Regnell, Björn LU and Runeson, Per LU (2004) In LTH pedagogisk inspirationskonferens 2004
Abstract
This paper presents the concepts of model-based

course assessments. This involves a mathematical model to define

the grading scheme of a course, based on a set of items to be

scored. We report lessons learned from using this approach. An

important conclusion is that model-based assessment promotes

clear definitions of assessment criteria.
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course assessments. This involves a mathematical model to define<br/><br>
the grading scheme of a course, based on a set of items to be<br/><br>
scored. We report lessons learned from using this approach. An<br/><br>
important conclusion is that model-based assessment promotes<br/><br>
clear definitions of assessment criteria.},
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  series       = {LTH pedagogisk inspirationskonferens 2004},
  title        = {Model-Based Course Assessment – Principles and Practice},
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