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Produced for the BIS teachers' workshops 2011, with an assessment theme.

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    • Positive Feedback ControlUsing Turnitin’s GradeMark, integrated with Moodle, to streamline assessment and administration and give worthwhile feedback to students.* Stephen Taylor Bandung International School 18th February 2011 *Catchy, eh?Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • What’s Going On?Grab a partner and an interactive whiteboard* and get scribbling. Share the board. How do I… Give Use different coloured pens. feedback? • List the tools or • strategies you currently Manage use. admin? • • *”The $2 IWB” – winner of the Edublog Awards most influential blog post of 2010. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Does it work?Try to evaluate the strategies you currently use. Does it allow for How do I… Evaluation meaningful, retrievable Give and regular feedback?* feedback? Is it convenient for you • and for the student? • Manage Does it support: admin? - Assessment policy? • - Academic honesty? - Student learning? • - Time management? *”Providing Feedback” – Focus on Effectiveness (research-based strategies) Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • What are my goals?Set goals for improving your own feedback to students. In light of discussions How do I… Evaluation My goals during these PD days, Give set targets for: • Long-term change feedback? • Immediate action • • Evaluation • Manage Use the RTWeb link for admin? more ideas in your own • personal reflective teaching practice. • *”Reflective Teaching” – RTWeb toolbox for reflective teaching Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Any more bright ideas?Keep track of any ideas you have during this session. If we have time at the How do I… Evaluation My goals Ideas end of the session, we Give will share these ideas. feedback? Take a snapshot with • your camera-phone* • and save it to your own Manage folder of self-directed admin? PD resources. • • *”Think Mobiles for Learning” – Thinking Machine by Karen Montgomery Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • What are our expectations?These are expected behaviours that we are working towards. Regular feedback to students and parents The rest of this session How do I… Evaluation My goals Ideas will focus on how we Drafting stages of all assessed pieces of work to Give can use the school’s ensure originality and aid in time management technologies to feedback? implement these goals. • Support learning skills of self-assessement, • academic honesty and information literacy This presentation can be Manage used as a tutorial and is Transparency and accountability in admin? posted on Moodle to be grading (and therefore reporting) • revisited at your leisure. • Streamline administration of courses and facilitate transitions to new teachers Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Let’s get started!Log in to BIS Moodle and open one of your IBDP classes.Turnitin WriteCycle has been integrated with Moodle. This means: • You (and students) never need to log in to Turnitin.com. • Setting assignments is a simple process. • Everything can be done through the one browser window. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Set up the assignmentThe interface is intuitive, but here are some pointers. Full tutorial Clicky-clickyUse the IBDP Teachers’ Portal on Moodle! Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Set up the assignmentUse this time to explore and set up an assignment which: • Has a final draft • Has a compulsory first draft • Has an optional second draft • Shows deadlines, yet allows submissions after the deadline • Shows students the Turnitin Originality report immediately, but allows them to re-upload if they make a mistake Important notes: • Grading and returning drafts of IA work is not permitted BUT: • Interim submissions are good practice in avoiding plagiarism • Regular submission of work completed allows the teacher to see if students are keeping up with a task (e.g. long-term project) Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkThese setting are good: Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkUpload a ‘piece of work’ as one of your students: Any doc will do Important notes: • Students can submit their own work easily, here or at home BUT: • If they cannot, for whatever reason, you can do it for them Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkCheck for submissions: Important notes: • Click on the apple or the assignment name to open it. • ‘Submitted’ in red means late. • ‘Similarity’ is an overall match to many sources. The content and citation are more important than the ‘%’ score. • You can type comments under ‘feedback’ or with GradeMark BUT: • GradeMark comments don’t appear here. Students need to open the work to see. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkFirst check for originality: Any doc will do Important notes: • The ‘%’ is not as important as what and where it came from BUT: • You can use the links in the overview to view individual sources Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkThen get grading: Important notes: • You can drag your comments to the right position or click on the screen and type fresh comments. • Build a comment database if you say the same thing regularly Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkSetting up QuickMarks: Important notes: • You can add your own comments and sets, and set it up whichever way suits you best. These are saved with your ID. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkQuickMark Tricks:Important notes: • QuickMarks can be copied into other sets and even exported. • They appear as blue bubbles on the work, which expand when you or a student ‘rolls over’. They get listed at the end of the work if you export it as a pdf or print it later on. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Giving more feedback: Important notes: • If you are a faster typist or your handwriting, like mine, is an unintelligible scrawl, this can add a lot of value to your feedback. • When you close this window, the following screen appears as the grades synchronise with Moodle: • Students need to open the assignment to see feedback, so point them in the right direction and give a little time to try it. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkThis is what the student gets: Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Using GradeMarkHow can this reflect good practice? It should be one of multiple sources of feedback • Alongside other formative and summative strategies used in your class It should be specific and addresses targets • Based on IBDP performance criteria and assessment rubrics It should be immediate and timely • Students should self-assess their work before submission • Students can see grades and comments as soon as they are posted • Give students opportunities to reflect on their work using your feedback • Students can refer back to the feedback to learn for next time It should be descriptive and non-judgmental • Give students specific points for improvement Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Some more tipsUnpack your rubrics to a checklist… …which corresponds to your QuickMarks database. http://sciencevideos.wordpress.com/ia/ Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Some more tipsUse interim submissions to keep track of who is on task… … though you shouldn’t grade and return these drafts. Check the level of feedback you are allowed to give students in drafting stages with your subject guide. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Some more tipsCopy-paste a reminder comment into Moodle… … so that students remember to check your feedback. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Some more tipsTake control of your own professional development… http://tinyurl.com/69wtr4d … there are tutorials, news feeds and help sites out there. Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com
    • Useful Sources”The $2 IWB” (http://tinyurl.com/2wozmqu) Winner of Edublog Awards most influential blog post of 2010.”Providing Feedback” (http://tinyurl.com/2d458ar) Focus on Effectiveness (research-based strategies)”Reflective Teaching” (http://tinyurl.com/4n55yxz) RTWeb toolbox for reflective teachers, by Andrew Pollard”Think Mobiles for Learning” (http://tinyurl.com/23zmc22) Thinking Machine@pbworks by Karen Montgomery Turnitin.com for tutorials and ideas Including some video resources Stephen Taylor, Bandung International School www.bisdragons.com