Assessing students through online tools

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  • Explain Online (what it implicates) Assessment (what i mean by it)
  • Why this workshop? 21st century Education – Professores e Professauros
  • Questions for discussion
  • (with this concept of online assessment in mind (what’s your experience with online assessment?) 3 qs for Ts
  • Show results of my survey with graphs
  • Cont. graph
  • Cont. graph
  • For each one, at the end, ask why they think it’s a good idea to use
  • Slideshare – presentation exchange programmes
  • 1 windows movie maker
  • Fotobabble – book report , song (months)
  • Youtube – studying abroad – dialog (starter 1)
  • Video ISTE

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  • 1. Assessing Students Through Online Tools Eduardo Santos Cultura Inglesa – Recife, PE Brazil
  • 2.
    • Assessment?
    • Online?
  • 3. Why this workshop?
    • Afterschool learning.
    • Ss have learned to focus only on what interests them.
    • Streams of information come at them 24/7.
    • Real, not just relevant.
    • Passion leads to high motivation.
  • 4. Questions
    • How is assessment done in your school?
    • Have you ever tried online assessment? How have your students responded to it?
    • What’s your general comment on Online Assessment?
  • 5. 1. What’s your position?
  • 6. 2. How is assessment done in your school?
  • 7. 3. How have your students responded to online assessment?
  • 8. 4. What's your general comment about 'Assessing students through online tools'?
    • “ I find it very useful, enjoyable, interesting, dynamic and according to the XXI century demands.”
    • “ I think it could be an alternative option for Ss needing remedial work, for example. However, I'm not so sure about its validity as something compulsory for ALL Ss.”
    • “ I'd love to apply this but don't know how to do so.”
    • “ It seems to be useful as long as it is not the only way to assess our sts.”
    • “ It should be very well structured in order to get valid and reliable results”
    • “ I have no idea how this can be done.”
  • 9. Purpose of this workshop
    • Simple and Easy to Adapt
    • &
    • NOT Time Consuming
  • 10. Web 2.0 Tools
  • 11.
    • Final Oral Test
    • Level: Upper Intermediate 1
    • http://www.slideshare.net/eltbakery/study-english-in-australia
  • 12. http://www.donutsnculture.blogspot.com
  • 13.
    • http://www.fotobabble.com/m/NHZEOG51RS9pZ009
    • http://www.fotobabble.com/m/bTFUYTVmdFVleEk9
  • 14.
    • Exchange programme in Vancouver
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYru7AgKQEE
    • Business Presentation Intro: Packaging
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfnSlTXxqs8
  • 15. Hands-on activity
    • Group 1: p.36 Obesity
    • Group 2: p.46 A Greener Future
  • 16.  
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  • 19.
    • How should a 21st century school look like?
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqDigEggJkw
  • 20. A few pieces of advice
    • Ask students about their experience with ‘afterschool’ learning.
    • Make students responsible for the activity.
    • If you have a strict syllabus, adapt and blend with activities online.
    • Compulsory & boring  Fun, relevant & real.
    • Don’t teach tech  Learn WITH your students.
  • 21.
    • “ It is the student’s job to use and know how to use technology. The job of the teacher is to assess the quality of that use.”
    • Marc Prensky (2010)
  • 22.