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Title: The Effects of High Stakes Testing and The Role of Project Based Learning With Technology In Education
Authors: Reimasira, Stefanus Christian
Keywords: high stakes testing;standardized test;national examination;education;Indonesia;technology;project-based leaning;digital portfolio
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Publisher: Program Studi PGSD-FKIP Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana Salatiga
Abstract: This paper describes the problem in education in developing countries especially in Indonesia regarding high stake testing. Some facts have proven that standardized test or national examination causes many problems in Indonesia. It widens the gap between education and the real life because the focus of teaching and leaning is on standardizing test. It also increases anxiety in all school stakeholders because test scores in national examination is the main benchmark of their success. Because of those problems, the author believes that there should be a reformation in education in developing counties. Instead of applying standardized test, students can do project-based learning. In 215' century education, technologies are improving exponentially and they are parts of students' lives. Therefore, the implementation of project-based leaning with technologies can be one of effective tool to break the power of high stakes testing in developing countries. The possibility of using digital portfolio as an assessment tool is also discussed
Description: Scholaria : Jurnal llmiah Pendidikan Ke-SD-an Vol. 1 No. 2, September 2011 : p.178 - 190
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/3183
ISSN: 2088-3439
Appears in Collections:Scholaria 2011 Vol. 1 No. 2 September

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