Digital Assessment Resources in Primary and Secondary School Classrooms: Teachers’ Use and Perceptions

Sri Kusuma Ningsih, Herri Mulyono


This short article reports on teachers’ use and perception of digital assessment recourses in primary school classroom. A total of eighteen primary school teachers participated in the study where they were asked to experience of using Kahoot and ZipGrade as digital assessment resources. Self-reflection survey was distributed to the teacher participants to capture their attitude and perception about the two applications. Findings revealed that teachers were positive towards the application of two assessment technology in classroom practice. The findings highlighted some factors that encouraged teachers to use Kahoot! and ZipGrade as digital assessment tools including the creation of fun learning environment, practicality, automated scoring and direct feedback. Despite these benefits, two critical challenges were addressed by teachers when incorporating the digital application at school such as the school context as well as teachers.


digital assessment, assessment resources, teacher attitude and perception

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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