Taking the ideas from the previous post and putting them into a diagram I get this
Some assessment uses ICT (or technology) – this is e-assessment (x axis).
Some assessment is designed to assess ICT capability (y axis).
Elliott’s Assessment 2.0 seems to be using ICT, not as e-assessment, but as a medium for allowing judgement to be made about the ICT capability (z axis).
Now of course, analysing any one particular assessment methodology one could locate it in this three-dimensional space. for example:
A traditional written paper would be on the y-axis. The NAA online assessment activities designed for KS3 would be in the space between all three axes (with perhaps a lower y- and z-values than x-value. Coursework would have an x-value of 0 but would have some components of y and z. Online assessments such as the driving test would be on the x-axis.
My questions here are “Where is the highest validity”? and “Where is the highest reliability?”. How does one use Elliott’s Assessment 2.0 to determine success in a certificated qualification?