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The closure of physical schools in 2020 and much of 2021 in the Philippines impacted not only the students, but fundamentally disrupted educators' ability to assess students and build and work towards desired learning outcomes, in a myriad of ways.
As reported in the Inquirer, the survey by the Movement for Safe, Equitable, Quality and Relevant Education (SEQuRE) in the Philippines, found school closures intensified the workload of teachers, while Manila Bulletin noted that the very same report identified that "the lack of teaching and learning resources, as well as the ill-designed distance learning program hindered effective remote learning."
Fundamentally, such disruptions impact educators' ability to accurately assess their students’ learning performance. Further still, a lack of insights into their students’ learning experience undermines educators’ from being able evaluate and provide feedback to students to improve outcomes. If harnessed correctly, there is a wealth of data and information in assignments and exams - particularly in digital formats - that enable educators to assess what students know and don’t know, and precisely address learning gaps when they occur.
Assessment that leverages data analysis helps inform more meaningful, timely feedback and intervention with students, and in turn, offers a clearer path for students. It can also facilitate a better connection and relationship between educators and their students, as when students feel supported and noticed throughout their learning journey, it builds confidence and commitment to the prescribed learning goals. And an empowered student is better equipped to do their own work, rather than relying on shortcuts or the work of others.
Ultimately, this concept of assessment with integrity ensures accuracy in measurement of students’ learning and their associated learning outcomes. The responsibility, however, lies with both educators and students.
There are a variety of plagiarism, similarity detection, and even proctoring solutions that work to detect and mitigate cheating and validate learning outcomes. These tools are important to support institutions in conducting accurate assessment , however it is critical to understand that assessment with integrity is about more than just mitigating academic malpractice. It means nurturing student development by making them feel seen and supported throughout their learning journeys, and empowering them in inclusive course and exam design.
In conclusion, assessment with integrity enables more accurate understanding of student performance and supports educator interventions and adjustments to enhance the teaching and learning journey.
As the Philippines embarks on another dynamic school year, it is important to note that investment in tools to detect deliberate or inadvertent academic misconduct must work alongside a broader strategy of assessment that provides formative learning opportunities embedded in course and assessment design. Supported students who feel seen and prepared in a learning environment that pursues assessment with integrity , are more likely to prioritize learning and less likely to engage in academic dishonesty or misconduct. It’s a win-win for both students and educators, and the institution as a whole.