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BESC-Ronald Fisher
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  • 1. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 E. Ronald Fisher Please Sign In Third Grade Educator Your name June 15, 2011 ronald.fisher@besd.net http://mrfishersthird.blogspot.com http://mrfishersthird.wordpress.com/ Business Education Summer Conference SMART Response For Advanced Users of the SMARTBoard June 15, 2011 Come and see how you can use your portable devices as an assessment tool. No SMART Board required, but if you have one, this is a great way to get more out of the portable devices in your classroom. Bring your device, if you have one, and see first hand the assessment capabilities. Intro Slide Sign In Please Sign In House Keeping Your name June 15, 2011 Cell Phones https://profiles.google.com/trumpetbob42/about iPod Touches http://www.chariotgroup.com/blog/ Laptops iPads Sign In Housekeeping Benefits The SMART Response system Basic purpose Enhances productivity & effectiveness • A tool for getting information from a group Immediate Feedback Engages all students and promotes participation Promotes reflective practices in teachers & students Benefits SMART Response purposeRonald Fisher 1
  • 2. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 The SMART Response system Components How does it work? SMART Response allows teachers to 1. Teacher displays 3. Receiver wirelessly perform planned and spontaneous transmits responses to questions the computer for assessments within SMART Notebook display and storage collaborative learning software. 2. Students use Clicker Receiver SMART Response Teacher Tools clickers to respond SMART Notebook TM Software Hardware - how does it work Components Clickers Change Clicker Type Advanced math and science Question variety and Transfers all assessment support, for middle and basic text and content to student secondary education computers, for 1:1 PE numeric support, for all students in primary education. XE classrooms PE CE Lightweight browser- based assessment All Programs - UDL-friendly design, (beta version), for for early education or mobile devices and learners with special distance learning needs LE VE Smart Technologies - Smart Response - Common software, interface, data reporting Setup Tool LE CE · Instant Questions · Formative · Question Wizard · Summative · Import Questions Applications - Smart Response - Setup Tool VE · Student Performance XE · Classes · Class Performance · Assessments Beta · Data · Devices Clickers Change Clicker Type Change Clicker Type All Programs - Smart Technologies - Smart Response - Setup Tool Show where to find the Setup Tool Applications - Smart Response - Setup Tool Change Clicker Type Mar 5-1:53 AMRonald Fisher 2
  • 3. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Workflow Process Pop Quiz links Setup 1 Answer? True Create False TIME FOR AN INSTANT QUIZ Evaluate Deliver Workflow Process Pop Quiz! Setup Activity Choose a name for your classroom ________ Eight characters or less Creating a teacher file Your classroom name Creating and importing classlists Your classroom name Your classroom name Adding student tags Your classroom Privacy view name VE Clicker Setup Setup Activity - Choose classroom name Creating Teacher File Creating Teacher File 1. Only 8 characters for classroom name Use your name for your classroom name Know where your teacher file is saved Creating a Teacher File Creating a Teacher FileRonald Fisher 3
  • 4. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Gradebook View Creating a Classlist Gradebook Gradebook View Creating Classlists Adding Students Adding Students Import Students from a list Student ID must be unique Faster with more students Increased accuracy Same Student ID can not be used in two classes Add Student Individually Clicker ID only for LE clickers Adding students throughout the year Email is not an important field Adding Students Adding Students Import Students Import Students Export from your gradebook program Check the Excel/CSV file link Check headings No extra information Import Students Import StudentsRonald Fisher 4
  • 5. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Import Students Add Students Import Students Add Students Add Students Student Tags View assessment results by groups of students Add Students Student Tags Add Student Tags Add Student Tags Use a semicolon (;) to separate tags Use a colon (:) to create categorized tags Categorized tags create a graph for each category Example: ELL; Gender: Female; Previous School: CES Adding Student Tags Adding Student TagsRonald Fisher 5
  • 6. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Privacy View Response Setup Grade: «grade» Subject: Smart Response Date: «date» Privacy View Setup Review 1 What is the Sample SMART Response Question Multiple Answer Multiple choice labelled structure? 2 Which two tags would appear on the same report graph A nucleus ? B cell membrane A Gender:Male B Female C cytoplasm D cell wall C Difficulty:Easy D Difficulty:Hard INSTANT QUIZ Dec 13-3:02 AM Multiple Answer Question True / False Multiple Choice 3 It is possible to import your students 4 If the students scores are blurred out in names the teacher tools, you should: A Activate your B Enter your software password True False C Turn off privacy D Call tech view support True/False Question Multiple Choice QuestionRonald Fisher 6
  • 7. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 AB Partner Talk Create back A Partner explain the following: · How to create a classlist Response interface in Notebook · How to add students Inserting a question on a page · Privacy View Inserting a Title Page B Partner only prompt A with questions Using existing resources AB Partner Talk Create Response Interface Insert Question Response Interface Insert Question Insert Question Insert Question Question Types PE Insert Question Wizard LE Instant Question CE XE Beta VE Pull clicker out for question types Insert Question Question TypesRonald Fisher 7
  • 8. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Insert Question Insert Question Insert Question Insert Question Instant Question Insert Question Asking questions "on the fly" No defined correct answer This page or a new page Best practice to create questions in advance Instant Question Instant Question Question Tags Question Tags Question tags allow you to run reports by concept Use a semicolon (;) to separate tags Use a colon (:) to create categorized tags Categorized tags create a graph for each category Example: Standard 1: Objective A Question Tags Question TagsRonald Fisher 8
  • 9. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Insert Title Page Insert Title Page A Title Page groups all following questions into one assessment After inserting two or more questions Makes assessment results available in Teacher Tools Without a Title Page, each question is asked individually Insert Title Page Insert Title Page Insert Title Page Insert Title Page On the Response Tab, choose "Title Page" Insert Title Page Insert Title Page Edit Title Page Using Existing Change test info Use existing paper test Change feedback Screen Capture After you stop collecting responses Import from Word / PDF After all questions are answered link After each question is answered Import Exam View Dont show grades on clickers Edit Title Page Using Exisiting ResourcesRonald Fisher 9
  • 10. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Edit Answer Edit Answers Edit Answer Edit Answers Yes / No 1 You can use tests you already have Response Create created with Response Yes Grade: «grade» Subject: Create Date: «date» No Create Review Yes / No Question True / False Deliver Assessments 2 You can view graphs by concept by entering an explanation in your questions Start a class / Student Sign-In True False Starting an assessment Response Tab during assessment Stopping assessment True/False Question DeliverRonald Fisher 10
  • 11. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Start a Class Student Sign In Turn on VE Device Go to response.smarttech.com Enter Assessment Enter Student ID Start a Class Student Sign In Start Assessment During Assessment Toolbar Hidden by default Side Bar Hidden by default Erase Previous Data Start Assessment During Assessment Stop Assessment Toolbar Assessment Response Tab Grade: «grade» Subject: «subject» Date: «date» Stop Assessment Deliver ReviewRonald Fisher 11
  • 12. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Multiple Choice Yes / No 1 Which step needs to be performed 2 Does your projector have to be first? turned on in order for Smart Response to work? A Students Sign In B Start a class C Start the D Stop the Yes No question question Multiple Choice Question Yes / No Question AB Partner Talk Evaluate back A Partner explain the following: · How to start a class Results in Notebook · How students sign in Printing assessment results · How to start and stop an assessment Teacher Tools B Partner only prompt A with questions Printing Reports AB Partner Talk Evaluate Assessment Results Results in Notebook Notebook Teacher Tools Results by question Results by concept number Student Scores Individual responses Results over time Results only for one assessment Assessment Results Results in NotebookRonald Fisher 12
  • 13. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Printing Results Save Data File - Save as In the Menu select "File" then "Print" Saves the notebook file with results Scaffold for students Response - Export Results (IPPs) (IEPs) Comma Separated Value (CSV) Parent communication Student Review Microsoft Excel Web Page Printing Results Save Data Teacher Tools Teacher Tools Teacher Tools Teacher Tools Teacher Tools Teacher Tools Teacher Tools Teacher ToolsRonald Fisher 13
  • 14. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Printing Reports Printing Reports Printing Reports Printing Reports Printing Reports Printing Reports Class Report Student Report Click the bar graph to show the report Printing Reports Printing Reports Multiple Choice 1 Where would you find results on how Assessment well students understand a particular concept? Grade: «grade» Subject: «subject» Date: «date» A Teacher Tools B Notebook Evaluate Review Multiple Choice QuestionRonald Fisher 14
  • 15. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 True / False Multiple Choice 2 All SMART Response questions 3 Where would you print student results students complete while signed in will that include correct answers? have results show up in Teacher Tools True False A Teacher Tools B Notebook True/False Question Multiple Choice Question Practice importing assessments AB Partner Talk · Import the Geography Quiz.doc file from your CD · Practice assigning answers to the questions B Partner explain the following: · What results can be seen in Notebook · How to find results in Teacher Tools · How to print a report A Partner only prompt B with questions AB Partner Talk Practice importing assessments Review activity – Plan & create an Delivery process assessment Pull 1 · Consider how youll label your assessment (quiz, exam, etc.) Pull 2 · Plan where you need to place title pages, question pages & Pull 3 content pages Pull · Create and edit a few questions of this assessment 4 Pull 5 Explain the following to a partner: Pull 6 · How you plan to teach the content Pull 7 · Your strategy for storing the results Pull 8 Answer Review - creating assessments Delivery processRonald Fisher 15
  • 16. Business Education Summer Conference June 14, 2011 Discussion – Instant questions Activity – Instant questions · What are some interface differences between an 1 Create an instant question designed to get to know your instant question page and a standard question page? fellow learners (e.g., "Do you like cats?") 2 Use Anonymous mode to deliver it to a partner or two · When / how will you use instant questions? 3 Your partner(s) will answer using a Simulator tool Note: The simulator must be on your computer (since youre not using a real receiver). · When would you place an instant question on 4 Stop the class when you have finished the current page rather than on a new page? Discussion - instant questions Activity - instant questions SMART Support SMART Support Technical Support: email: support@smarttech.com SMART Exchange SMART Training SMART YouTube phone: 1-866-518-6791 (5am-6pm) exchange.smarttech.com smarttech.com/training Channel SMARTClassrooms Feature Requests email: usability@smarttech.com Links Support SMART SupportRonald Fisher 16

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