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
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
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
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
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
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!
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.
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
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?
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
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.