Assessment of learning and assessment for learning are at the core of the research on new teaching strategies involving the use of new technologies recently performed by University of Turin. The practice of automated assessment in Mathematics using the grading system Maple T.A. has been introduced in many undergraduate scientific courses and, after the initial success, it has been diffused in high-schools through several projects aimed to improve Maths teaching and learning. The following paper is intended to describe the effectiveness of automated assessment as a learning tool, the strength of Maple T.A. for grading Mathematics and its integration in a learning content management system, and the results obtained at University and in high-schools.

Automated Assessment in Mathematics

BARANA, ALICE;MARCHISIO, Marina;RABELLINO, Sergio
2015

Abstract

Assessment of learning and assessment for learning are at the core of the research on new teaching strategies involving the use of new technologies recently performed by University of Turin. The practice of automated assessment in Mathematics using the grading system Maple T.A. has been introduced in many undergraduate scientific courses and, after the initial success, it has been diffused in high-schools through several projects aimed to improve Maths teaching and learning. The following paper is intended to describe the effectiveness of automated assessment as a learning tool, the strength of Maple T.A. for grading Mathematics and its integration in a learning content management system, and the results obtained at University and in high-schools.
39th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)
Taiwan
1-5 luglio 2015
2015 IEEE 39th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)
IEEE
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978-1-4673-6563-5
advanced computing environment, automated assessment, e-learning, learning content management system component, Mathematics.
Barana, Alice; Marchisio, Marina; Rabellino, Sergio
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