Reflexive Learning, Socio-cognitive Conflict and Peer-assessment to Improve the Quality of Feedbacks in Online Tests

Abstract

Our previous works have introduced the Tsaap-notes platform dedicated to the semi automatic generation of multiple choice questionnaire providing feedbacks: it reuses interactive questions asked by teachers during lectures, as well as the notes taken by students after the presentation of the results as feedbacks integrated into the quizzes. In this paper, we introduce a new feature which aims at increasing the number of contributions of students in order to significantly improve the quality of the feedbacks used in the resulting quizzes. This feature splits the submission of an answer into several distinct phases to harvest explanations given by students, and then applies an algorithm to filter the best contributions to be integrated as feedbacks in the tests. Our approach has been validated by a first experimentation involving master students enrolled in a computer science course.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-24258-3_25

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Silvestre2015ReflexiveLS, title={Reflexive Learning, Socio-cognitive Conflict and Peer-assessment to Improve the Quality of Feedbacks in Online Tests}, author={Franck Silvestre and Philippe Vidal and Julien Broisin}, booktitle={EC-TEL}, year={2015} }