Pattern Name

SHOWCASE (Warburton et al., 2016, p. 5)

Pattern Language

Dialogical Assessment Patterns for Learning from Others


Document and reflect learning process

Active Role



For some more complex artefacts it is difficult to completely define assessment criteria. Therefore, the teacher makes the presentation of these artefacts and receiving feedback on it a part of the learning and teaching process (Warburton et al., 2016, p. 5f.).

Example for Technological Support

In an ePortfolio, like provided by Mahara, it is possible to share pages, artefacts and page collections with a selected audience. In other VLEs, like OneNote Class Notebook, an additional discussion space, like Yammer, helps to share and discuss artefacts and to provide feedback.


Warburton, S., Bergin, J., Kohls, C., Köppe, C., & Mor, Y. (2016). Dialogical Assessment Patterns for Learning from Others. Presented at the Proceedings of VikingPLoP – 10th Northern Conference on Pattern Lanaguages of Programmes. Retrieved from

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