IntelAssessing Projects : Using Assessment to Improve Teaching and Learning

Purposes of Assessment | Types of Assessment | Formative Assessment | Assess Thinking | Successful Assessment

Project Design

Exporting Assessments

Overview and Benefits

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Assessment Plans

Assessment Strategies



Browsing Assessments
Searching Assessments
Modifying Assessments
Copying Traits or Items
Creating Asessments
Managing Personal Library
Exporting Assessments


Enhancing Assessments
Ms. Sohn wants to add some features to her assessment that cannot be added in the application. She exports the Simple Machines Wiki Rubric to her personal computer where she can use her word processing or spreadsheet software to make additional changes.

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exporting assessments 

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After Ms. Sohn exports her assessment to her computer, she can add features to make it more useful for her learners and herself. For instance, she can:

  • Add customized headings with spaces for name, date, class, or subject
  • Change the text’s colour, size, or style
  • Change the table’s colours, borders, or other properties
  • Add pictures, charts, or diagrams
  • Merge cells, rows, or columns to organize information
  • Embed useful documents within the assessment, such as guidelines for citations or project tips
  • Add spaces for learners to set goals, monitor their progress, or reflect on their learning

Sharing Assessments
Ms. Sohn often collaborates with a teacher from another school whom she met during her Intel® Teach Essentials Course training. She wants to share her assessment with the teacher. To do this, she selects the Simple Machines Wiki Rubric and clicks the E-mail button e-mail button in the right pane of her Personal Library.

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Receiving Exported Assessments

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