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  • Katie likes this video and suggest us to play this during the break.0:00-3:00Students perform a lab to explain why density = mass/volume
  • Data collection tasks usually work with data from two sources:Collecting your own original dataSurveys, questionnaires, interviews, cell phone polls, etcSensor-based data: heart-rate monitors, motion detectors, temperature sensors.Finding existing dataDatabases on anything onlineAsking students to search websites for information and compile ithttp://farm5.staticflickr.com/4013/4376443940_8d505894d8_o.jpg
  • Surveying each other about our heights, weights, and gender, looking for trends (math/statistics)Collecting quotes about autumn (language arts)Taking measurements of three different plants over the course of a month (science)Looking up the parties of presidential election winners and recording them for each election year (social studies)
  • Great examples:http://primarytech.global2.vic.edu.au/2011/08/08/using-an-ipod-touch-in-the-primary-classroom/For instance: Students listen to various stories. There are many free story podcasts available from the iTunes store. Some good ones include Storynory and The Story Home. We often have students practice various reading strategies as they are listening such as visualizing, tuning in to interesting words (and listing), coming up with questions etc.English class example that used newspaper. This teacher used their vacation trip to collect examples and recreate several.  Teachers can easily transfer this into scans of newspapers, receipts, and digital pictures as a base. I have seen this used with Perzi as students pulled out keywords. Article (with scanned examples): http://homepage.ntlworld.com/vivian.c/Writings/Papers/AuthMat81.htm
  • Digital microscopes are a great way for students to explore and note patterns. For example, students can count the number of silt bubbles in a rock or measure plant cells across scales.
  • Google form video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzgaUOW6GIs (depends on time, no need to play)
  • Examples of data collection tasks:Recording an “arc” of the plot for each of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies (English)Looking for repeated plotlines and patternsRecording your pulse after one minute of various forms of physical exertion (Health/Physical Education)Comparing the effects of each in relation to maximum heart rateRecording various regular verbs and their gerund form (Foreign language)Looking for commonalities in the form change
  • Self-guided learning experienceThe teacher provides you with the activity, tools, etc.Think about “stations” you did kindergarten or 1st gradeCommon in…Independent studiesDistance educationSpecial educationInstruction that needs to be differentiatedDifferent contentsDifferent “levels”Different schedules/time
  • Includes procedure for completing lesson independently or semi-independentlySpecifies…Content exploration tools for independent or semi-independent learning (reading, links, webquest, etc)Communication tools (sometimes)Production tools for making an artifact that demonstrates learning

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  • DATA COLLECTION TASKS EDUC W200 Week 9
  • WHERE DOES THE INFO COME FROM? • Data usually comes from two sources: o Collecting your own original data • Surveys, questionnaires, interviews, cell phone polls, etc • Sensor-based data: heart-rate monitors, motion detectors, temperature sensors. o Finding existing data • Existing databases online • Searching websites for information and compile it • Existing books, poems, histories, newspapers, articles, etc EDUC W200 Week 9
  • TYPES OF DATA COLLECTION TASKS? • Surveying each other about our heights, weights, and gender, looking for trends (math/statistics) • Collecting quotes about a subject (language arts) • Taking measurements of three different plants over the course of a month (science) • Looking up the parties of presidential election winners and recording them for each election year (social studies) EDUC W200 Week 9
  • EXAMPLES OF DATA COLLECTION TASKS o Comparing multiple poems, and recording their meter/structure (English) • Looking for repeated rhythmic patterns o Data collection during physical exertion (Health/Physical Education) • Heart rate monitors or pedometers o Recording various regular verbs and their gerund form (Foreign language) • Looking for patterns in the form change EDUC W200 Week 9
  • TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTION TASKS EDUC W200 Week 9
  • TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTION TASKS • Sensors &Probes o o o o o o o o o o Motion detectors Temperature Photogates Soil Moisture Accelerometer Light Sound Pressure Heartrate and respiration Digital microscopes …and many more! EDUC W200 Week 9 • Survey tools o InspireData Survey o Google Forms o Survey Monkey • Instant Responses o Polleverywhere o SMS poll (15votes per poll for free version) o Clickers (response systems)
  • ULA DEMONSTRATION – GO MOTION SENSOR EDUC W200 Week 9
  • Another means of collecting data to analyze ULA DEMONSTRATION: GOOGLE FORM (The quick version) EDUC W200 Week 9
  • A TOOL FOR COLLECTING DATA : GOOGLE FORM • ULA demo: how to create a survey by using Google Form. EDUC W200 Week 9
  • ULA DEMONSTRATION: GOOGLE FORM • Our Class Prep forms you fill out every week are Google Forms • Let’s create a data collection instrument using Google Forms • You can view data collected (via Google Spreadsheets) • There are different functions for data analysis in Google Spreadsheets EDUC W200 Week 9
  • This is the format we are going to use today, then we will write about it and evaluate it, posting it to our teacher website WHAT IS A “STATION” OR “MODULE?” EDUC W200 Week 9
  • FIRST, WHAT IS A “MODULE” OR A “STATION?” • Self-guided learning experience o The teacher provides you with the activity, tools, etc. o Think about “stations” you participated in during K-12 • Common in… o o o o Independent studies Distance education Special education Instruction that needs to be differentiated • Different contents • Different “levels” • Different schedules/time EDUC W200 Week 9
  • WHAT COULD A MODULE (STATION) INCLUDE? • A station or a module could include: o Content exploration tools for independent or semiindependent learning (reading, links, webquest, etc) o Production tools to make an artifact that demonstrates learning o Communication tools (sometimes) EDUC W200 Week 9