EDU 590: Week 2                CHAPTER 2: Providing Feedback    “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works.”b...
Chapter Two – Providing Feedback  Planning  Question:          Suggested Technology:   WhichStrategies Will   3. Word  Pr...
Chapter Two – Providing FeedbackProviding Feedback:                McREL’s research supports the                  followin...
Chapter Two – Providing FeedbackProviding Feedback:                   McREL’s Recommendations:•Use criterion-referenced fe...
Chapter Two – Providing Feedback     Planning                Word Processing:     Question: Which Strategies       Track...
ChapterTwo – Providing Feedback     Planning               Data Collection Tools:     Question: Which Strategies       S...
Chapter Two – Providing Feedback     Planning             Data Collection Tools     Question:                    (cont.):...
Chapter Two – Providing Feedback     Planning             Data Collection Tools     Question:                    (cont.):...
Chapter Two – Providing Feedback     Planning                Grading Software:     Question:          Manufacturers: Van...
Chapter Two – Providing Feedback     Planning                  Web Resources:     Question:          Provide immediate f...
Chapter Two – Providing Feedback     Planning        Communications Software*:     Question:          Provide immediate ...
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Chapter 2

  1. 1. EDU 590: Week 2 CHAPTER 2: Providing Feedback “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works.”by Howard Pitler, Elizabeth R. Hubbell, Matt Kuhn and Kim Malenoski Central Michigan University
  2. 2. Chapter Two – Providing Feedback Planning Question: Suggested Technology: WhichStrategies Will 3. Word Processing Applications Provide 4. Data Collection Tools Evidence of 5. Web Resources Student 6. Communications Software Learning? Learning Strategies: Providing Feedback
  3. 3. Chapter Two – Providing FeedbackProviding Feedback: McREL’s research supports the following generalizations:5.Feedback needs to be corrective in nature6.Feedback should be timely7.Feedback should be specific to a criterion8.Students can effectively provide some of their ownfeedback. Image Curtsey of Microsoft Clipart and Media
  4. 4. Chapter Two – Providing FeedbackProviding Feedback: McREL’s Recommendations:•Use criterion-referenced feedback.•Focus feedback on specific types of knowledge.•Use student-led feedback. Image Curtsey of Microsoft Clipart and Media
  5. 5. Chapter Two – Providing Feedback  Planning Word Processing: Question: Which Strategies  Track Changes Kand Insert Will Provide Comments features Evidence of  Shared folders allow students to Student access work by other students. Learning? Students can also insert comments  Learning and leave feedback. Strategies:  Flesch-Kincaid Readability Scale in Microsoft Word.Providing Feedback
  6. 6. ChapterTwo – Providing Feedback  Planning Data Collection Tools: Question: Which Strategies  Student Response Systems or Will Provide “Clickers”: Evidence of  Immediate feedback of how students Student answered a question.  Manufacturers: eInstruction, EduGame, Learning? Promethean, ClassAct.  Learning  Not mentioned by the book: SMART, Strategies: Poll Everywhere, Turning Technologies, iRespond, Camcor, and many, manyProviding Feedback more!
  7. 7. Chapter Two – Providing Feedback  Planning Data Collection Tools Question: (cont.): Which Strategies Will Provide  Rely on multiple choice questions. Evidence of  Multiple choice questions can Student evaluate all levels of skills within Learning? Bloom’s taxonomy.  Learning  The anonymous nature of answering Strategies: questions allows for a more accurateProviding Feedback assessment – takes away student fear.
  8. 8. Chapter Two – Providing Feedback  Planning Data Collection Tools Question: (cont.): Which Strategies  Instructor Summary – gives teachers Will Provide an opportunity to view individual Evidence of student data. Student  Students get immediate feedback on Learning? questions they answered both wrong  Learning and right. Strategies:Providing Feedback
  9. 9. Chapter Two – Providing Feedback  Planning Grading Software: Question:  Manufacturers: Vantage Learning, Which Strategies Maplesoft, Educational Testing Will Provide Service & SAGrader. Evidence of  Strong correlation between Student computer-generated scores and Learning? human experts.  Learning  The practice is still be adopted in the Strategies: college/university setting – Do you think it will lead to further use inProviding Feedback K-12?
  10. 10. Chapter Two – Providing Feedback  Planning Web Resources: Question:  Provide immediate feedback with: Which Strategies  Rubrics – see Rubistar video in class Wiki Will Provide  Online Quizzes – Evidence of  Quiz Hub  Webmath Student  Online Games – Learning?  PBS Kids  Learning  Funbrain Strategies:  Online Simulations –  TechtrekersProviding Feedback
  11. 11. Chapter Two – Providing Feedback  Planning Communications Software*: Question:  Provide immediate feedback with: Which Strategies  Blogs Will Provide  Edublogs  Blogger Evidence of  Wikis Student  Wikispaces Learning?  Wiki’s in Education  Learning  EDU 590 Wiki  E-mail Strategies:  Instant MessagingProviding Feedback  Video Conferencing *Check your school district’s policies about acceptable communication with students. Some schools may allow communication tools to be used for communication with parents, but not students, such as e-mail.

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