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Digital Assessment ~ Presented at T.A.G. training on 8.1.2014. Fulton County Schools, GA.

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Digital Assessments - pre-assessment, formative and summative.

Digital Assessments - pre-assessment, formative and summative.

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  • 1. Assessment with Digital Tools Twitter: @katisearcy Website: katisearcy.weebly.com
  • 2. When you think of assessment, what comes to mind?
  • 3. END-OF-UNIT
  • 4. END-OF-UNIT
  • 5. Quickly scored Pre-assessments Formative assessments
  • 6. https://getkahoot.com/
  • 7. Has a draw feature – students draw answers !
  • 8. Pre-Assessment : Higher-Level Questioning Discuss the pros and cons of __________. How can you compare the different parts of _________? What are the advantages and disadvantages of _________? Why do you think _________? How is ______________ related to ____________?
  • 9. Padlet Text, URL, Photo
  • 10. Formative Assessment What adjustments need to be made?
  • 11. Newspaper Clipping Generator
  • 12. Twitter for Formative Assessment
  • 13. Fake Text
  • 14. Chatterpix (iPad)
  • 15. ThingLink
  • 16. http://remixingcollegeenglish.wordpress.com/tag/summative-assessment/
  • 17. Differentiating Assessments QR codes Differentiate with QR Stealth !
  • 18. Summative Assessment
  • 19. How do students demonstrate what they have learned? Create a PPT listing 5 facts about events related to the civil rights movement in Birmingham, AL in 1963 (one fact and picture per slide. Create a documentary that will air on the Student History Channel. Your topic: The civil rights movement in Birmingham, AL – 1963. Use primary documents. Three minutes time-limit. OR
  • 20. Animoto
  • 21. http://animoto.com/education/classroom
  • 22. How do students demonstrate what they have learned? Create a poster with facts and pictures (photos or your own drawings) about events related to the World War II Japanese Internment Camps. OR Write a letter from the Japanese Internment Camp where you are being held hostage. Record yourself reading this letter. What message would you leave on the wall in the camp? Create a 12x12 poster for our classroom “wall.” Share all of these with a real- world audience.
  • 23. Incorporate images, video clips, documents into a place for conversation (VoiceThread)
  • 24. Demonstrate what you know about Rosa Parks in 1955 through poem, rap, story, or song.
  • 25. December 1, 1955; what a great day to be alive. Rosa Parks got on the bus; that’s what started all the fuss. She sat down in the middle section , black and white intersection White gets on and pays his money ; there was no seat, not too funny Do dah dippity black , Do dah dippity white Take your side, what is right? Take your side, start the fight. Bus driver yells, get outta that seat ; Stand up colored, get on your feet Rosa refused to even move ; the bus driver’s not with that groove Rosa is arrested and thrown in jail , but that’s not the end of this here tale ! Do dah dippity black , Do dah dippity white Take your side, what is right? Take your side, start the fight.
  • 26. Paper Slide Videos One-take video method Collaborative Student-designed Standards-based Engages all learners Appropriate for all grade / subjects / abilities
  • 27. Colonist: You can’t just come in my house. British Soldiers: Yes we can. We think you have smuggled goods in here. Oh, yes, look, you are
  • 28. www.paperslide.blogspot.com
  • 29. “FakeBook”
  • 30. What Does the Pilgrim Say ?
  • 31. www.katisearcy.weebly.com katisearcy.weebly.com