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  • A Digital Toolbox for Science Assessment Britt Gow Hawkesdale P12 College
  • “A decade ago, areview of Australianscience education,revealed manystudents weredisappointed withtheir high schoolscience. Today, thisdisenchantmentcontinues, asevidenced by thedeclining number ofstudents choosing tostudy science insenior secondaryschool.” Prof. S. Cory
  • Created online with “Create-A-Graph”http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/index.asp
  • Today’s learner’s are:• Multi-taskers• Digitally literate• Mobile and connected 24/7• Experiential and Social• Visual / spatial learners with• Fast response times & short attention spans
  • • The Power to Engage• Students use technology already• Its not going to go away...it will only grow• Professional development• Employers want their workers to use internet tools
  • “If our kids are going to live longer than us, they need tohave a passion for learning to sustain them. Not content knowledge, but learning to learn. One eighth of the 21stcentury is gone already – get cracking with 21st century learning” Stephen Heppell
  • “Teaching is an art form nota delivery system.”“A tool is only as powerfulas the creativity of theperson who uses it.”“A cupboard full ofinstruments does notproduce music – a suitcaseof web tools does not leadto creativity on it’s own.”Sir Ken Robinson
  • A “Group Brain”• Richard Olsen – ideasLAB• The “Collective Knowledge Construction” Model• http://www.ideaslab.edu.au/design-lab/ckc/
  • How do we CONNECT, COMMUNICATE, COLLABORATE and LEARN COLLECTIVELY atHAWKEDALE P12 COLLEGE?
  • What is web2.0?• In the beginning, the internet was used for email and static web pages – dissemination of information• Web2.0 uses the internet to allow interaction and collaboration• Web2.0 includes social networking sites, blogs, wikis, photo & video sharing and web applications.
  • Web 2.0 tools for Assessment:• Wordle/Tagxedo• Wallwisher/Linoit• Bubbl.us• Voicethread• Quizlet• Quiz revolution• Google Docs
  • Wordle for word clouds
  • Tagxedo for word clouds
  • Wallwisher for exit slips
  • Linoit for student feedbackhttp://linoit.com/users/brittgow/canvases/Web2.0%20tools%20I%20have%20used
  • Bubbl.us for concept maps
  • Voicethread• Voice• Text• Annotations with colour• Can be embedded in blogs, wikis etc.• Multiple people can comment on images• Can upload photos or videos from files, Flickr• Searchable
  • Quizlet
  • Quiz revolution
  • Google Docs
  • Products for Assessment• Slideshows > Slideshare• Animations > ToonDo• Cartoons > ComicLife• E-Posters > Glogster• Digital stories > Photostory• Team work > Wikispaces• Mash-ups > Windows Movie Maker; iMovie• Videos > You-Tube; Vimeo
  • Practical considerations• Does every student have access to devices?• Does every student have internet access?• Preferred learning styles?