Self assessments

The objectives of self-assessments are multi-faceted. Firstly, they promote the skills of reflective practice and self-monitoring, encouraging individuals to critically evaluate their own performance and progress. Additionally, they  aim to foster academic integrity by allowing students to self-report their learning progress, increasing self-accountability. Ultimately, they also help individuals to develop a greater sense of self-awareness, self-regulation, and personal growth.

HSeT’s self-assessments use online quizzes for which learners receive grades and relevant  feedback, (typically a didactical response and/or a link to a webpage related to the question. Question types include multiple choice, multiple response, true/false, pull down list, free text questions.

HSeT’s quizzes also provide feedback for Instructors on the effectiveness of course content and its delivery. It furthermore supports asynchronous learning by providing a structure allowing trainees to verify their understanding and progress without needing immediate input from their instructors.