What’s preventing the change to digital assessment, and is it worth overcoming?
As with many industries, the pandemic has been a catalyst for digital transformation in education.
During the period of national lockdowns, the pivot to online tutoring and digital assessment was critical in maintaining the education sector’s activities. Factors such as infrastructure, understanding of technology, and resources determined the extent to which countries adopted new learning and assessment technology. Based on our engagement with assessment providers worldwide, we have established that the digital assessment journey typically consists of five phases:
This map shows examples of countries in different phases of their digital assessment journey.
Click on each one to discover more.
Density: per km2
Global Innovation Index (GII) rank:
Digital Assessment Stage Status:
Given the experiences acquired over the past two years, there is much interest within the industry to see how learning and assessment transform and evolve. To explore this in more detail, RM, in partnership with the International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA), launched a research report looking at the global digital assessment landscape in a post-pandemic world.
This whitepaper is based on the findings of that research report.