Diversifying Immediate Feedback<br />CAIS Presentation<br />Ms. Pamela Horrocks<br />&<br />Ms. Shauna Callahan<br />The A...
Our Perspectives<br />Ms. Pamela Horrocks, Director of Technology <br />Ms. Shauna Callahan, French Faculty<br />
Defining Immediate Feedback<br />Immediate feedback provides teachers and students with data. Specifically:<br />Are stude...
Classroom Application<br />Student: Teacher <br />Teacher: Student <br />Student: Student<br />Student: Self<br />
Traditional Tools<br />Large sticky notes<br />White board activities<br />Question / response<br />Verb Conjugations<br />
Digital Tools<br />Podcasts (recorded in “Garage Band”)<br />Warm-up/Reflection activities: Give students a prompt connect...
iMovie, iPhoto, Photo Booth<br />iMovie<br />Students have the opportunity to observe their ability and to apply their kno...
A virtual e-pal letter<br />
iPhoto: Slideshow <br />
Photo Booth: Short movie clips provide instant tools for student-evaluation and directed questioning<br />Empowers visual ...
Email, Wikis & Voice thread<br />Teacher Feedback: Have my students mastered this material? <br />Teacher to Student and S...
Vokis and iPod Touches<br />Voki: Insert link to Voki Page (avatar)<br />iPod Touches: Voice recording, apps for immediate...
Practical Application <br />How can you apply some of the new techniques for immediate feedback in your classroom?<br />Cr...
Pedagogical Benefits<br />Enabling Teachers and students to effectively evaluate learning process<br /> Personalizing stud...
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  • Digital tools; feedback for classrooms without technology: Traditional; bridge activities; Digital; teacher based/student basedPersonal Info
  • Examples of participants’ experiences with it.Internal vs. External feedback – example (teacher vs. student “driven”) Feedback for me about my students’ experiences; feedback I give to my students that they can immediately apply; providing students with tools and a context to self assess
  • Within each category, we will discuss teacher to student feedback, as well as student self-evaluative feedback
  • Have large sticky notes hung to model this (ask participants what the three types of immediate feedback our presentation will be covering).THINK!Thumb; color cards (look in RBT notebook)
  • How-to specifics (class procedure/process)Examples of how teachers in other disciplines are giving immediate feedbackThe ability for student to listen to herself/ get input from teacher (always available through recording/ listening /playback)
  • Look for other examples/ edit phrasingEDIT WORDING
  • Citations for pictures
  • StudyGuides Analysis and Discussion [Grammar Point; Literature]Voice thread as internal reflection (adjust what they said)Student feedback via email (recording voice through certain email programs) or in Word (oral or written/ notebook mode / record voice in keynote with presentation)
  • Participants share their ideas
  • Diversifying Immediate Feedback

    1. 1. Diversifying Immediate Feedback<br />CAIS Presentation<br />Ms. Pamela Horrocks<br />&<br />Ms. Shauna Callahan<br />The Archer School for Girls<br />
    2. 2. Our Perspectives<br />Ms. Pamela Horrocks, Director of Technology <br />Ms. Shauna Callahan, French Faculty<br />
    3. 3. Defining Immediate Feedback<br />Immediate feedback provides teachers and students with data. Specifically:<br />Are students’ needs being met?<br />Is the learning target being met?<br />Is the lesson on track to meet the mastery objective?<br />Immediate feedback can be in written or oral form<br />Immediate feedback can be external or internal. <br />Think, pair, share: How do you or your students currently give immediate feedback in your classroom?<br />
    4. 4. Classroom Application<br />Student: Teacher <br />Teacher: Student <br />Student: Student<br />Student: Self<br />
    5. 5. Traditional Tools<br />Large sticky notes<br />White board activities<br />Question / response<br />Verb Conjugations<br />
    6. 6. Digital Tools<br />Podcasts (recorded in “Garage Band”)<br />Warm-up/Reflection activities: Give students a prompt connecting to your mastery objective. Students will have an opportunity to write their ideas, share with a partner, and then summarize their partners’ ideas.<br />Mini-assessments : Provides students with an opportunity to demonstrate their proficiency in an activity that supports a specific learning objective and the lesson’s mastery objective.<br />
    7. 7. iMovie, iPhoto, Photo Booth<br />iMovie<br />Students have the opportunity to observe their ability and to apply their knowledge in specific contexts<br />Teacher and peers can actively engage in observation and commentary of students’ synthesized knowledge and skills in the classroom and beyond.<br />Feedback is more objective and can model skill mastery or learning challenges in the classroom.<br />
    8. 8. A virtual e-pal letter<br />
    9. 9. iPhoto: Slideshow <br />
    10. 10. Photo Booth: Short movie clips provide instant tools for student-evaluation and directed questioning<br />Empowers visual learners<br />Makes connections for students between visual and auditory language components<br />
    11. 11. Email, Wikis & Voice thread<br />Teacher Feedback: Have my students mastered this material? <br />Teacher to Student and Student to Student Feedback: How are you coming to this thought/analysis/answer?<br />Student to Self: How can I apply the feedback from my teacher and peers to strengthen my skills?<br />Email:<br />Wiki:<br />Voice Thread: www.voicethread.com<br />
    12. 12. Vokis and iPod Touches<br />Voki: Insert link to Voki Page (avatar)<br />iPod Touches: Voice recording, apps for immediate feedback<br />
    13. 13. Practical Application <br />How can you apply some of the new techniques for immediate feedback in your classroom?<br />Craft an immediate feedback activity with a specific learning target to share with the group.<br />
    14. 14. Pedagogical Benefits<br />Enabling Teachers and students to effectively evaluate learning process<br /> Personalizing students’ connection to material<br />Empowering learners to develop life-long learning tools<br />Providing formative assessment that meets the needs of diverse learning styles<br />Complementing the 21st century learner<br />

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