To give feedback and report on student growth we need to:<br /><ul><li> instructed them via meaningful learning experiences
monitored their progress
diagnosed learning strengths and gaps</li></ul>9/23/2010<br />1<br />
FEEDBACK<br /> Wikis<br />Online Course Management<br />iMovies<br />Podcast<br />Online rubrics<br />Wikis for diagnostic...
WIKIS<br /> Students can learn from peers who share their success strategies<br />It gives some suggestion to the students...
ONLINE COURSE MANAGEMENT<br /> Teachers can transform an online quiz into a formative assessment.<br />It can create expla...
 They provide concept maps, specific textbook reference, an interactive Internet site or a web-based iMovie<br /> Explanat...
iMOVIES<br /> Teachers and students can create iMovies demonstrations of proficient learning for feedback.<br />It gives d...
PODCAST<br /> Teachers post the podcast  to the districts server and lets the individual students know the podcast Web add...
ONLINE RUBRICS<br /> If a teacher wants to provide written feedback on her students work, she can use rubrics, checklist, ...
WIKIS FOR DIAGNOSTIC FEEDBACK<br /> Teachers can provide more varied feedback to students for particular learning goals if...
REPORTING<br /> Progress history<br />Spreadsheets record growth<br />Standards-based homework<br />Benchmark assessment<b...
PROGRESS HISTORY<br /> Teacher may give many assessment and the students may see these as individual ratings rather than s...
SPREADSHEET RECORD GROWTH<br /> Teacher can keep track of her students progress on a weekly basis by using Excel Spreadshe...
STANDARDS-BASED HOMEWORK<br /> It is a online Blackboard or SnapGrades offer access to both students and parents.<br />9/2...
BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT<br /> Teacher receives a listing of the proficient and learning gap areas for each students.<br />CTB...
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  1. 1. To give feedback and report on student growth we need to:<br /><ul><li> instructed them via meaningful learning experiences
  2. 2. monitored their progress
  3. 3. diagnosed learning strengths and gaps</li></ul>9/23/2010<br />1<br />
  4. 4. FEEDBACK<br /> Wikis<br />Online Course Management<br />iMovies<br />Podcast<br />Online rubrics<br />Wikis for diagnostic feedback<br />9/23/2010<br />2<br />
  5. 5. WIKIS<br /> Students can learn from peers who share their success strategies<br />It gives some suggestion to the students<br />They can receive feedback from their peers who typically word the solutions in every students friendly language.<br />9/23/2010<br />3<br />
  6. 6. ONLINE COURSE MANAGEMENT<br /> Teachers can transform an online quiz into a formative assessment.<br />It can create explanation for each correct answer in the Proprofs, Blackboard, or HotChalk course management system.<br />Teacher’s comments may include more than just a quick rule or phrase.<br />9/23/2010<br />4<br />
  7. 7. They provide concept maps, specific textbook reference, an interactive Internet site or a web-based iMovie<br /> Explanation and supporting resources provide concrete formative suggestions for students improvement not genetic comments like “ Read chapter 5 ”<br />9/23/2010<br />5<br />
  8. 8. iMOVIES<br /> Teachers and students can create iMovies demonstrations of proficient learning for feedback.<br />It gives demonstration to learn how to see it up correctly.<br />9/23/2010<br />6<br />
  9. 9. PODCAST<br /> Teachers post the podcast to the districts server and lets the individual students know the podcast Web address so that they can each listen to her feedback.<br />9/23/2010<br />7<br />
  10. 10. ONLINE RUBRICS<br /> If a teacher wants to provide written feedback on her students work, she can use rubrics, checklist, or rating scales. She can take a generic online rubrics such as one from TeAchnology, and then modify the rubrics to create a formative assessment rubrics.<br />9/23/2010<br />8<br />
  11. 11. WIKIS FOR DIAGNOSTIC FEEDBACK<br /> Teachers can provide more varied feedback to students for particular learning goals if he has created an online bank of the various learning. <br />analyzing historical documents, diagnose a particular learning gap.<br />refers to his online wiki, inserts constructive comments into the students work and returns the work to the students.<br />9/23/2010<br />9<br />
  12. 12. REPORTING<br /> Progress history<br />Spreadsheets record growth<br />Standards-based homework<br />Benchmark assessment<br />9/23/2010<br />10<br />
  13. 13. PROGRESS HISTORY<br /> Teacher may give many assessment and the students may see these as individual ratings rather than specific signs of progress.<br />Students can see their progress and feel more motivated to try harder.<br />9/23/2010<br />11<br />
  14. 14. SPREADSHEET RECORD GROWTH<br /> Teacher can keep track of her students progress on a weekly basis by using Excel Spreadsheet.<br />The spreadsheet will include various assessment on each learning goal.<br />9/23/2010<br />12<br />
  15. 15. STANDARDS-BASED HOMEWORK<br /> It is a online Blackboard or SnapGrades offer access to both students and parents.<br />9/23/2010<br />13<br />
  16. 16. BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT<br /> Teacher receives a listing of the proficient and learning gap areas for each students.<br />CTB/McGraw Hills Acuity is a suite of diagnostic and predictive benchmark assessment design to show students growth toward state standards and performance indicator in english/language arts and math for grades.<br />9/23/2010<br />14<br />
  17. 17. Using technology teachers gain many tools that help them give students formative feedback and report on their progress.<br />These students grasp that their teachers sincerely want them to succeed and are empowered strategies to becomes successful learners.<br />9/23/2010<br />15<br />
  18. 18. PREPARED BY:<br />Angelita O. Francisco<br />BSA-2<br />9/23/2010<br />16<br />

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