steinman.me/alfautAuthentic Literacy and Formative  Assessment Using Technology                Presented by Andrew Steinman
steinman.me/alfaut
About the Presenter• Educational Technology Consultant at Kent ISD• MSU Graduate (x2)• Amateur Cat Trainer                ...
Around the RoomPlease introduce yourself, identify what gradelevel and subject you teach, and tell us how youwould like to...
Around the Room, Take 2Using InfuseLearning, please introduceyourself, identify what grade level and subjectyou teach, and...
Goals for Today1.Define authentic literacy and formative  assessment2.Simulate authentic literacy activity that  incorpora...
Authentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using TechnologyGoal #1: Define authentic literacy and formative              ...
Define Formative AssessmentUsing Socrative, provide your best definition offormative assessment.  Student        Teacher  ...
Define Authentic LiteracyUsing Socrative, provide your best definition ofauthentic literacy.  Student        Teacher   m.s...
Authentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using TechnologyGoal #2: Simulate authentic literacy activity that   incorpora...
Proposal 3A proposal to amend the state constitution toestablish a standard for renewable energy     o d ?                ...
Initial Thoughts?Using InfuseLearning, indicate whether you arefor or against proposal 3.*Your name will not be recorded o...
Inform Ourselves and the MassesDue to the lack of understanding aroundProposal 3, we will take it upon ourselves toresearc...
RubricIn order for your work to be evaluated, thefollowing rubric will be used: Rubric                        Grade 11 Per...
Steps to Follow1.Research information on Proposal 32.Take a position and write a brief reflection3.Write first draft of yo...
Research Information on Proposal 3Using Diigo, review the following resources, aswell as one additional resource, to gathe...
Take a Position and Write a ReflectionTake a position for or against Proposal 3 andshare your position with your teacher, ...
Write First DraftWrite the first draft of your report in a GoogleDoc and share it with your teacher  Sample Document      ...
Review and Provide FeedbackReview two other students’ initial drafts andprovide feedback using the following rubric:  Rubr...
Update Draft and Post ReportUpdate your initial draft using the feedbackprovided by your peers and teacher and thenpost yo...
Authentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using TechnologyGoal #3:Learn how to use technology tools thatsupport authenti...
Review Standards Being AddressedUsing InfuseLearning and the ELA CommonCore State Standards, determine one standardthat is...
Technology Tools Used1.InfuseLearning2.Socrative3.Diigo4.Google Docs - Forms5.Google Docs - Documents6.Blogger            ...
InfuseLearningInfuseLearning is a formative assessment toolthat allows teachers to quickly assess students,without any pri...
SocrativeSocrative is another formative assessment toolthat allows teachers to quickly assess students,without any prior p...
DiigoDiigo is a social bookmarking tool, but it alsohas additional features, such as highlighting ofwebpages
Google Docs - FormsGoogle Docs is an online office suite thatallows anyone with a Google account to createand access their...
Google Docs - DocumentsGoogle Docs is an online office suite thatallows anyone with a Google account to createand access t...
BloggerBlogger is a free and easy to use blogging toolthat students can do to compile and share theirwriting with the teac...
Review of Authentic Literacy and        Formative AssessmentUsing InfuseLearning, identify one technologytool and share on...
Tool TimeUsing InfuseLearning, vote for the top tool thatyou would like to learn more about:1.InfuseLearning2.Socrative3.D...
Explore InfuseLearningstudent.infuselearning.com     Room ID: 12012
Explore DiigoStudent    Teacher m.socrative.comRoom ID: steinman
Explore Diigo  diigo.com
Explore Google Docs - Forms      docs.google.com
Explore Google Docs - Documents        docs.google.com
Explore Blogger  blogger.com
Authentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using TechnologyGoal #4:Design activity around authentic literacythat incorpor...
Design Your LessonIn a Google Doc, plan a lesson that incorporates authenticliteracy and formative assessment using techno...
Questions ?
Andrew SteinmanEducational Technology Consultant at the Kent ISDandrewsteinman@kentisd.org                           @stei...
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  1. 1. steinman.me/alfautAuthentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using Technology Presented by Andrew Steinman
  2. 2. steinman.me/alfaut
  3. 3. About the Presenter• Educational Technology Consultant at Kent ISD• MSU Graduate (x2)• Amateur Cat Trainer @steinman
  4. 4. Around the RoomPlease introduce yourself, identify what gradelevel and subject you teach, and tell us how youwould like to incorporate authentic literacy andformative assessment in your classroom. *http://www.clker.com/clipart-waving-frog.html
  5. 5. Around the Room, Take 2Using InfuseLearning, please introduceyourself, identify what grade level and subjectyou teach, and tell us how you would like toincorporate authentic literacy and formativeassessment in your classroom.student.infuselearning.com Room ID: 12012
  6. 6. Goals for Today1.Define authentic literacy and formative assessment2.Simulate authentic literacy activity that incorporates formative assessment3.Learn how to use technology tools that support authentic literacy and formative assessment4.Design activity around authentic literacy that incorporates formative assessment
  7. 7. Authentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using TechnologyGoal #1: Define authentic literacy and formative assessment
  8. 8. Define Formative AssessmentUsing Socrative, provide your best definition offormative assessment. Student Teacher m.socrative.com Room ID: steinman
  9. 9. Define Authentic LiteracyUsing Socrative, provide your best definition ofauthentic literacy. Student Teacher m.socrative.com Room ID: steinman
  10. 10. Authentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using TechnologyGoal #2: Simulate authentic literacy activity that incorporates formative assessment
  11. 11. Proposal 3A proposal to amend the state constitution toestablish a standard for renewable energy o d ? BadG o ? *http://www.clker.com/clipart-wind-turbine-2.html
  12. 12. Initial Thoughts?Using InfuseLearning, indicate whether you arefor or against proposal 3.*Your name will not be recorded or displayedstudent.infuselearning.com Room ID: 12012
  13. 13. Inform Ourselves and the MassesDue to the lack of understanding aroundProposal 3, we will take it upon ourselves toresearch this proposal, take a position, andreport out our findings to support our position *http://www.clker.com/clipart-40400.html
  14. 14. RubricIn order for your work to be evaluated, thefollowing rubric will be used: Rubric Grade 11 Performance Task Rubric and scoring information for full-write: 4-Point Argumentative Performance Task Writing Rubric (Grades 6–11) Score 4 3 2 1 NS The response is fully The response is The response is The response may Insufficient, sustained and adequately sustained somewhat sustained be related to the illegible, in consistently and and generally focused: and may have a purpose but may a language purposefully focused:  claim is clear and minor drift in focus: provide little or no other than  claim is clearly mostly maintained,  may be clearly focus: English, stated, focused, though some focused on the  may be very incoherent, and strongly loosely related claim but is brief off-topic, or maintained material may be insufficiently  may have a off-purpose  alternate or present sustained, or major drift writing opposing claims  context provided  claim on the  claim may be are clearly for the claim is issue may be confusing or addressed adequate within somewhat ambiguous Statement of Purpose/Focus and Organization  claim is introduced the purpose, unclear and/or and communicated audience, and task unfocused The response has clearly within the little or no purpose, audience, The response has an The response has an discernible and task evident organizational inconsistent organizational structure and a sense organizational structure: The response has a of completeness, structure, and flaws  few or no clear and effective though there may be are evident: transitional organizational structure minor flaws and some  inconsistent use strategies are creating a sense of ideas may be loosely of transitional evident unity and connected: strategies and/or  frequent completeness:  adequate use of little variety extraneous  consistent use of a transitional  uneven ideas may variety of strategies with progression of intrude transitional some variety to ideas from strategies to clarify clarify the beginning to end the relationships relationships  conclusion and between and between and introduction, if among ideas among ideas present, are  logical progression  adequate weak of ideas from progression of  weak connection beginning to end ideas from among ideas beginning to end
  15. 15. Steps to Follow1.Research information on Proposal 32.Take a position and write a brief reflection3.Write first draft of your report as to whether or not Michigan voters should vote for Proposal 34.Review and provide feedback for 2 other reporters5.Update draft and post report
  16. 16. Research Information on Proposal 3Using Diigo, review the following resources, aswell as one additional resource, to gatherinformation on Proposal 3• Resource 1• Resource 2 (Diigo-ed)• Resource 3 *http://www.clker.com/clipart-publication.html
  17. 17. Take a Position and Write a ReflectionTake a position for or against Proposal 3 andshare your position with your teacher, as well asa brief reflection as two why you chose thatposition Proposal 3 Position and Reflection Form *http://www.clker.com/clipart--form.html
  18. 18. Write First DraftWrite the first draft of your report in a GoogleDoc and share it with your teacher Sample Document *http://www.clker.com/clipart-3709.html
  19. 19. Review and Provide FeedbackReview two other students’ initial drafts andprovide feedback using the following rubric: Rubric Sample Document *http://www.clker.com/clipart-online-messeneger.html
  20. 20. Update Draft and Post ReportUpdate your initial draft using the feedbackprovided by your peers and teacher and thenpost your report to your blog Sample Blog Post *http://www.clker.com/clipart-blog-icon.html
  21. 21. Authentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using TechnologyGoal #3:Learn how to use technology tools thatsupport authentic literacy and formative assessment
  22. 22. Review Standards Being AddressedUsing InfuseLearning and the ELA CommonCore State Standards, determine one standardthat is being addressed in the previous activityand outline how it is being addressed.student.infuselearning.com Room ID: 12012
  23. 23. Technology Tools Used1.InfuseLearning2.Socrative3.Diigo4.Google Docs - Forms5.Google Docs - Documents6.Blogger * http://www.clker.com/clipart-9232.html
  24. 24. InfuseLearningInfuseLearning is a formative assessment toolthat allows teachers to quickly assess students,without any prior preparationQuestion types include:• Multiple Choice• Free Response• Drawing• and more...
  25. 25. SocrativeSocrative is another formative assessment toolthat allows teachers to quickly assess students,without any prior preparationQuestion types include:• Multiple Choice• Free Response• Vote on Free Response• and more...
  26. 26. DiigoDiigo is a social bookmarking tool, but it alsohas additional features, such as highlighting ofwebpages
  27. 27. Google Docs - FormsGoogle Docs is an online office suite thatallows anyone with a Google account to createand access their files anytime, anywhereForms are a type of Google Doc, which can beused to collect data, as well as create surveysand quizzes
  28. 28. Google Docs - DocumentsGoogle Docs is an online office suite thatallows anyone with a Google account to createand access their files anytime, anywhereDocuments are a type of Google Doc, whichcan be used to write individually, as well as withothers
  29. 29. BloggerBlogger is a free and easy to use blogging toolthat students can do to compile and share theirwriting with the teacher, peers, and the world
  30. 30. Review of Authentic Literacy and Formative AssessmentUsing InfuseLearning, identify one technologytool and share one way in which it supportsauthentic literacy and formative assessment.student.infuselearning.com Room ID: 12012
  31. 31. Tool TimeUsing InfuseLearning, vote for the top tool thatyou would like to learn more about:1.InfuseLearning2.Socrative3.Diigo4.Google Docs - Forms5.Google Docs - Documents6.Blogger *http://www.clker.com/clipart-10777.html
  32. 32. Explore InfuseLearningstudent.infuselearning.com Room ID: 12012
  33. 33. Explore DiigoStudent Teacher m.socrative.comRoom ID: steinman
  34. 34. Explore Diigo diigo.com
  35. 35. Explore Google Docs - Forms docs.google.com
  36. 36. Explore Google Docs - Documents docs.google.com
  37. 37. Explore Blogger blogger.com
  38. 38. Authentic Literacy and Formative Assessment Using TechnologyGoal #4:Design activity around authentic literacythat incorporates formative assessment
  39. 39. Design Your LessonIn a Google Doc, plan a lesson that incorporates authenticliteracy and formative assessment using technology tools. Besure to incorporate the following: 1. Identify a lesson you already teach and outline how it could be modified to incorporate authentic literacy and formative assessment using technology tools. 2. Identify the Common Core State Standards that you would address in your updated lesson. 3. Discuss how technology is enhancing the teaching and learning of lesson.Once you are done, begin to develop your new lesson
  40. 40. Questions ?
  41. 41. Andrew SteinmanEducational Technology Consultant at the Kent ISDandrewsteinman@kentisd.org @steinman
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