Implementation of Formative Assessment in Teaching Infographics

Authors

  • Norziha Megat Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
  • Nurazean Maarop
  • Rasimah Che Mohd Yusop
  • Norazmah Suhailah Abdul Malek
  • Suraya Yaacob
  • Wan Azlan Wan Hassan

Keywords:

Pedagogical, Infographic, Constructive alignment, Online learning

Abstract

Designing learning instruction or pedagogical activities is one of the elements in constructive alignment. Constructive alignment is needed to assess students’ learning on the concept of infographics. In teaching the concept of infographics with good storytelling, students need to understand the principles and categories of visualization. This concept is quite challenging for students to understand and implement in real situations. Based on the given data, most of the students have used the wrong visualization technique. Therefore, this article provides the explanation on how a formative assessment can be conducted via online. In doing this, the researcher involved a group of postgraduate students in a case study. Findings show these students can improve their design via group work activities. Hopefully, this article contributes to provide innovative ideas on online learning and teaching andragogy and thus, makes it more meaningful and engaging to both students and teachers.

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Published

2023-01-02

How to Cite

Megat, N., Nurazean Maarop, Rasimah Che Mohd Yusop, Norazmah Suhailah Abdul Malek, Suraya Yaacob, & Wan Azlan Wan Hassan. (2023). Implementation of Formative Assessment in Teaching Infographics. Innovative Teaching and Learning Journal, 6(2), 49–58. Retrieved from https://itlj.utm.my/index.php/itlj/article/view/96

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