Category: e-Assessment and new Assessment Theories and Methodologies


Cross-Cultural Investigation of Eye-Gaze Patterns for E-Learning Content Optimization

E-Learning in developing countries is still in a marginal state, mainly because of the cost of its introduction, and the lack of human resources to maintain the system. But the situation has changed and the price of the e-learning device has become affordable. So far, a large part of educational material is simply imported from


ICT-Integrated Formative Assessments: A Literature Review for K-12

Assessment is an important part of teaching and learning as it informs about learners’ learning. Summative assessment has been dominant for many years and have been used mainly for categorizing or certification. Using assessments to inform teachers about their teaching and learners about their learning have gained much attention in recent years as more focus