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Programme based testing in Simulise

Programme based testing and Simulise go well together.
In addition to the various benefits it offers, it also fits well with the holistic approach to the assessment process. How? Below we have written out some reasons for you.

Long-term evaluation

Programme based testing focuses on the long-term development of students. We enable students to record growth and progress over longer periods of time. This helps in measuring learning outcomes as well as in understanding the development of skills and knowledge.

Simulise includes authentic evidence, such as projects, papers, presentations and other applications of knowledge and skills. This allows teachers to create assessments that better reflect real-world situations rather than just testing theoretical knowledge

Holistic approach

We provide a holistic view of student achievement. In addition to standardized tests, Simulise gives the teacher access to a wide variance of work, projects and reflections. You gain a deeper understanding of a student’s skills and competencies.

Formative evaluation

A portfolio built for programme based testing is dynamic. It can be constantly updated. This allows for formative assessment, where students receive regular feedback and have the opportunity to improve their work throughout the learning process.

Building a portfolio requires self-reflection. Students must reflect on their own work, set goals and provide evidence of their accomplishments. This encourages self-regulation and ownership of the learning process.

Assessment methods

Simulise incorporates various types of evidence, including written work, projects, presentations, reflections and even multimedia elements. This allows teachers to evaluate a wide range of skills and competencies.

Looking at a portfolio gives you a deeper understanding of student learning behavior. You see not only what students did, but also how they learned, what strategies they used, and how they improved themselves.

Professional development

For students in vocational programs, Simulise provides a valuable tool for tracking and presenting their professional development. This can be helpful in job applications and career development.

It can also be used to give stakeholders, such as parents and employers, insight into student performance and development. This promotes transparency and communication about student learning.

Programme based testing in Simulise

In short, the use of Simulise in programmatic testing goes beyond traditional assessment methods. It provides a more complete and contextual view of student learning and achievement. Therefore, making it a valuable tool in the context of an integrated assessment system.