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Mobile Assessment and Online Recognition using QTI solutions. Tools we have built using QTI. QTImPlayer on an MS Windows Mobile phone iQTI is the re-development of the QTImPlayer as a iPhone application. Usability has also been improved

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Mobile assessment and online recognition using qti solutions

Mobile Assessment and Online Recognition using QTI solutions.


Tools we have built using qti

Tools we have built using QTI

  • QTImPlayer on an MS Windows Mobile phone

  • iQTI is the re-development of the QTImPlayer as a iPhone application. Usability has also been improved

  • GURU is an online recognition application where recognition tools are created and used to assist the recognition process for students and teachers.


Ims standards used

IMS standards used

  • The iQTI player renders IMS packaged QTI 2.1 files. Results are stored in XML.

  • GURU uses equella to render IMS packaged QTI 2.1 files. Results are written back to Equella and are stored in XML as Equella items. Equella is used as the ePortfolio in GURU.


What is the qtimplayer

What is the QTImPlayer?

  • It is an assessment tool that is AQTF (quality system) compliant and built to IMS QTI standards on a hand held device

  • It allows teachers and assessors to assess “on the job” and record their assessment and gathered evidence

  • Once recorded the results can be emailed to an organisations ICT system and individuals

  • No more double entering of data and paper based records transported from one job to another


Qti interactions supported

QTI interactions supported

  • One line text boxes

  • Extended text interaction – Multi-line text boxes

  • Multiple Choice

  • Attached Documents or Photos (Only photos on the iPhone)


Mobile assessment and online recognition using qti solutions

  • The New Practices 2007 Tas 402 Project has successfully built and trialled

  • The ability to download to smart phones QTI assessment tools in the field

  • “On the Job” assessment capability including the ability to attach video, audio and doc files as evidence of the assessment

  • The ability to store incomplete assessments for future re-assessment

  • Uploading of the completed QTI assessment results using email to the RTO’s ICT systems


Compass paper based assessment tool converted to qti tool using a qti creator from the data base

Compass Paper based assessment tool converted to QTI tool using a QTI Creator from the data base


Qti tools available

QTI tools available

  • Assignment/project

  •          Case Study

  •          Demonstration Checklist

  •          Portfolio

  •          Product/Work Sample

  •          Checklist for Simulation/Role Play

  •          Work Diary/Journal/Profile

  •          Oral Question

  •          Multiple Choice Question

  •          Observation Checklist

  •          Written Question

  •          Self Assessment

  •          Workplace Testimonial

  •          Preparing for Recognition


Download and respond to assessment tools on their smart or iphone

Download and respond to assessment tools on their smart or iPhone


Answer complete the assessment tool

Answer/complete the assessment tool


Attach additional critical evidence

Attach additional critical evidence


Email or upload to the equella eportfolio

Email or Upload to the Equella ePortfolio


Teacher assesses submitted work and enters results in the student management system

Teacher assesses submitted work and enters results in the Student Management System

  • This allows the Training Plan to be negotiated if one is required

  • The Notes Page can be used by Student and Teacher

  • Once finalised the student undertakes training and study to gain the qualification


Where the qtimplayer is now implemented

Where the QTImPlayer is now implemented

  • The Tasmanian Polytechnic

  • The Tasmanian Skills Institute

  • New England TAFE (NSW)

  • Dairy Australia, National Centre for Dairy Education

  • Two Australian Private RTO’s

  • We are working with 4 other organisations currently for their implementation.


Mobile assessment and online recognition using qti solutions

  • To find out more about the QTImPlayer go to

    http://qti2007.flexiblelearning.net.au/

  • Here you can down load your fee copy of the QTImPlayer and some sample assessment tools


Guru read with next slide

GURU (read with next slide)

  • Students enrolled using SMS

  • Teacher creates relevant assessment tool (see screen 8 for types) detailing critical evidence for recognition

  • QTI Creator places assessment tools in the students ePortfolio in The learning Edge (Equella)

  • Student accesses Equella and provides critical evidence required for Recognition that they can supply.

  • Teacher assesses the students submissions and grants full or part Recognition based in the critical evidence requirements of the Training Package (curriculum)

  • If part Recognition is granted GURU produces a training plan so the student and teacher are aware of the competencies needed to gain the qualification.


Advantages

Advantages

Using QTI solutions the Tasmanian Polytechnic and Skills Institute can expedite Skills Acquisition by providing

  • On the job training and assessment opportunities using mobile devices opposed to a paper based model providing efficiencies

  • Streamlining the Recognition (RPL) process by providing an online service.


Mobile assessment and online recognition using qti solutions

“The Tasmanian Polytechnic has redeveloped the QTImPlayer ™ that was originally developed in a joint New Practices project of TAFE Tasmania with the Institute for Working Futures Pty Ltd in 2005 based on previous research by Dr Marc Bowles of the Institute for Working Futures Pty Ltd.”


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