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Assessment tools for ICT in education

Many tools now exist for measuring the impact of ICT in Education, in the forms of online questionnaires, printable forms, charts and frameworks. Respondents are similarly diverse: teachers, administrative staff, educational leaders or even the students themselves. Often self-assessment based tools assess staff skills in technology, levels of ICT integration into lessons, student improvement due to ICT use and attitudes, amongst other issues.

In summary and to weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of each tool, the following chart has been taken from the article Take a Varied Approach to Assessment by Barbara Bray.

Here are some useful examples of the types of assessment other organizations have used: