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  • 1. Electronic Assessment Tools and the Use of Digital Media in Education Serpil S. Sonmez [email_address] Florida State University
  • 2. In This Workshop 1. Using Web Tools to Create Multimedia Materials a. Blogging d. Vodcasting c. Podcasting b. Skypecasting 2. Electronic Assessment Tools 3. Peer Networking
  • 3. Why Multimedia?
    • Multiple Intelligence, ARCS (Keller, 1987)
    • Attention
    • Relevance
    • Confidence
    • Satisfaction
    • Makes learning environment attractive, relevant to student interests and goals, leads to confidence, and provides satisfaction
  • 4. Creating multimedia materials
    • Digital Pictures
    • Vocabulary activities (synonyms, antonyms)
    • Writing journals (i.e. classroom diaries)
    • History (School history)
    • Culture (i.e. dining at home)
    • Reading Activities (i.e. demonstration of the novel read)
    • Can create movies and add sound+text
  • 5.  
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  • 7. Movies with Digital Pictures
  • 8. Example
  • 9. BLOGGING
    • A blog is a website entry that may be in the form of personal diaries, journals, commentaries, e-portfolios, etc. A blog can contain, sounds, pictures, videos, animations. Simply, anything!
  • 10. Edublogger
  • 11. Writing Matrix
  • 12. WIKIS
    • Wikis are websites that are editable by others.
    • Enables students to work collaboratively on projects, such as creative essays, portfolios, classroom diaries, book clubs, etc.
    • Allows for peer-reviews and group authoring.
  • 13. Wikispaces- example
  • 14. PODCASTING/VODCASTING
    • Podcasting is associated with the famous iPods by Apple. But you don’t need to own an i-pod for podcasting. A podcast enables you to produce your own audio files that are downloadable and accessible over the internet.
    • Vodcasting is publishing your videos on the web.
    • Can listen on your Mp3 player
  • 15. Gadgets for Podcasting Laptop Recorder Ipod Mic
  • 16. Gadgets for Vodcasting Laptop Camcorder Webcam Mic
  • 17. Education Podcast Network
  • 18. Ed-Cast
  • 19.  
  • 20. Learn-on-the-go
  • 21. Skypecasts
  • 22. Skypecasts
  • 23. ELECTRONIC ASSESSMENT
    • Exam Tools
    • Survey Monkey
    • Easy Test Maker
    • Quia
    • Quiz Center
    • 2. Rubric Generators
    • Rubistar
    • Rubric Maker
  • 24. Survey Monkey
  • 25.  
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  • 27.  
  • 28. Easy Test-Maker
  • 29. ETM-Example  See Handout for hard copy
  • 30. Quiz Center Example Example 1
  • 31. Rubistar
  • 32. Rubistar Making the Rubric
  • 33. Rubistar example
  • 34. Rubric Maker
  • 35. PEER NETWORKS
    • Allows students to meet other ESL students or native English speaking students.
    • Teachers can meet colleagues and peers all over the world, share experiences.
    • Students and teachers share projects with other classrooms all over the world.
    • Individuals can exchange knowledge with other teachers, students, administrators, and educational organizations.
  • 36. Tapped In
  • 37. Webheads In Action
  • 38. EFI (English for Internet)
  • 39. THINGS TO CONSIDER Copyright Ease Of Use Quality Privacy and Security Successful Teaching and Learning With Multimedia Materials
  • 40.
    • THANK YOU!