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Doing more with your markbook

Doing more with your markbook






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    Doing more with your markbook Doing more with your markbook Presentation Transcript

    • Doing more with your mark book From the simple to the sophisticated
    • Aims of this session
      • To show examples of electronic mark books
      • To identify the advantages of using electronic mark books
      • To identify some of the key features of Microsoft Excel, which can be used in electronic mark books
      • To provide a simple template to take away and use
    • Why use an electronic mark book?
      • Track students over their whole career
      • Student motivator
      • Less paperwork to carry around – can be accessed through PDA
      • Easy to change results and make amendments (e.g. coursework)
      • Sharing data with colleagues – collating whole year group data (email)
    • Why use an electronic mark book?
      • Departmental approach – designed to suit needs of each department
      • Exam boards are increasingly wanting results submitted online – brings us in line with their practice
      • Encouraging students to use technology
      • Useful for assessment, recording and reporting
    • Software to use
      • Spreadsheet package
      • Microsoft Excel
      • Data can be imported into other software e.g. Word and PowerPoint.
    • Key features of Microsoft Excel
      • Create templates that can be used year on year.
      • Automatic calculations (using formulae)
      • Use of colour to highlight progress (conditional formatting)
      • Creating graphs/charts based on data inputted
    • Example mark books
      • Simple mark book
      • Coursework tracker – Leisure and Tourism
      • Year 9 and 11 ICT
    • Some useful features of Excel
      • Autosum
      • Chart wizard
      • Conditional formatting
      • Text wrapping
      • Formula Wizard
    • What to do next?
      • Look in the shared area for examples
      • Use help sheets to get started
      • See ICT staff for individual help in creating a mark book that meets your requirements and works for you
      • Visit www.tes.co.uk – the resources area has lots of information and even templates/shared resources
    • Resources available on the network and on the school website School network www.redhill.notts.sch.uk (staff section)