In a Flipped Assessment, the quiz or test is not the end of the learning process: it’s part of it. With this model, there is always a review of each item on the assessment. During this review, the instructor tells the student why the assessment item sought a particular response. In turn, the student can share the way in which they perceived the assessment item. Consequently, the student is encouraged to put the assessment experience into a learning context, and the instructor can use the student perspective to improve future assessments. Gone are the fears of the quiz and the grade and asking questions - and the students' only benefit.
Both the Flipped Classroom and the Flipped Assessment model a scenario where the time spent interacting with the instructor is used most efficiently. In other words, the communication flows in both directions between instructor and student, not one way.
Especially in adult learning circumstances, the grade or score a student earns is often irrelevant. We at Qlik understand that what really matters is what the student can do – as a result of the knowledge and skills they have learned in the course – which they could not do effectively or efficiently before they experienced the course.
We have designed courses that will provide direct interaction with instructors, and assessments that provide feedback instead of a score. Experience the "flip" today by trying our Qlik Continuous Classroom for free!