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LI502: Assessment and Feedback in theOnline Environment@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City Univ...
Using technology to provide      feedback to large classes@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City U...
@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationImage Credit: University Unit, Dublin Cityhttp://symposium.tlt.psu.edu/news/2...
Assessment audit tool http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/ftp/resou   rces/audit/assessment.pdf@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan...
Overview Feedback: back to basics Feedback to large classes: what are the issues? Technology and feedback: what afforda...
@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
Feedback is more thanjust commenting on anassessment.@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City Univer...
@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
Feedback can and should happen at times other than after an assignment is completed.@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Inn...
Strathclyde’s 12 principles Learning Innovation        @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan,                                   of good...
Feedback is part and parcel ofthe teaching process.Much of what we do when weteach, is to provide feedback.@t_eloise Dr. E...
What is a large class for you?  What are your issues providing feedback to  those classes?  What strategies have you alrea...
Issues                                           Strategies @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin Cit...
Disadvantages to using                           Advantages to usingtechnology                                       techn...
Disadvantages to using               Advantages to using    technology                           technology Investment in...
Computerised marking (question banks)                                                               Clicker Response Syste...
PodcastingDefinition             Audio/sound/(video) recorded, made available from a                       website for pla...
Useful resources to get started         podcasting Morag’s slides on using audacity for podcastinghttp://www4.dcu.ie/ovpl...
Case studies of podcasts Sounds Good project Quicker, better  assessment using audio feedbackhttps://sites.google.com/sit...
ScreencastingDefinition                  Recording your computer screen, usually with an                            audio ...
Useful resources forscreencasting Enda Donlon on using Screenr (free)http://www.teachnet.ie/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?id...
Examples of screencasting Maths screencasts by Open Universityhttp://www.maths-screencasts.org.uk/ Blog by Maths prof us...
Computerised marking (question banks)Definition                    The use of constructed questions and answers           ...
Useful resources How to create quizzes on Moodlehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLvkdFr_ot4&feature=related Getting stude...
Clicker Response System (provide feedback to lecturer)Definition                   Interactive system that uses hardware t...
 Vanderbilt University, excellent compilation of  resources on clickershttp://cft.vanderbilt.edu/docs/classroom-response-...
Online peer reviewDefinition        Students providing feedback to each other via online                  mechanismsTime  ...
Useful resources Loughborough University’s comprehensive  resource pack including case studies, set up, and  downloads fo...
TwitterDefinition           Instant messaging system that allows user to send a                     message to followers a...
Useful resources for Twitter asfeedback Collation of resources on Assessment for  Learning on Twitterhttp://www.slideshar...
Resources on technology and largeclasses Alan Crosky Slideshow “Case study on using  technology…”, very useful resources ...
Continued… Informal Mobile Podcasting And Learning  Adaptationhttp://www.impala.ac.uk/@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning ...
Questions?@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
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  1. 1. LI502: Assessment and Feedback in theOnline Environment@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  2. 2. Using technology to provide feedback to large classes@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  3. 3. @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationImage Credit: University Unit, Dublin Cityhttp://symposium.tlt.psu.edu/news/2011/03/symposium_stories_4_from_large_lecture_to_a_world_in_conversation
  4. 4. Assessment audit tool http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/ftp/resou rces/audit/assessment.pdf@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  5. 5. Overview Feedback: back to basics Feedback to large classes: what are the issues? Technology and feedback: what affordances does technology provide? Challenges? Examples of use of technology to provide feedback  Podcasting  Screencasting  Computerised marking (question banks)  Clicker Response System (provide feedback to lecturer)  Online peer review  Twitter@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  6. 6. @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  7. 7. @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  8. 8. Feedback is more thanjust commenting on anassessment.@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  9. 9. @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  10. 10. Feedback can and should happen at times other than after an assignment is completed.@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  11. 11. Strathclyde’s 12 principles Learning Innovation @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, of good feedbackhttp://www.strath.ac.uk/learnteach/teaching/staff/assessfeedback/12princip Unit, Dublin City Universityles/
  12. 12. Feedback is part and parcel ofthe teaching process.Much of what we do when weteach, is to provide feedback.@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  13. 13. What is a large class for you? What are your issues providing feedback to those classes? What strategies have you already employed? Image Credits: http://symposium.tlt.psu.edu/news/2011/03/symposium_stories_4_from_large_lecture_to_a_world_in_conversation http://www.fnfkorea.org/en/news/lecture-of-kim-young-c-at-hanyang-university
  14. 14. Issues Strategies @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City University
  15. 15. Disadvantages to using Advantages to usingtechnology technology @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City University
  16. 16. Disadvantages to using Advantages to using technology technology Investment in time for Lecturer perspective lecturer and student  Can be personalised to use the technology  Can be a bit more fun to do! (my “Don’t expect to save experience) time” (SoundsGood  Lecturer can return to it to spot project) patterns Time for  In some cases, lecturers do not rehearsing, scripting, have to repeat themselves preparing (automated test banks, podcasts) podcasts/screencasts  Can do one to many feedback while retaining personalised touch Reliability of automated test banks Student perspective  Students can return to it again and What if students still again don’t use the  Appeal to different types of learners feedback?  For students with difficulty reading, Permanence? Tan, Learning Innovation @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Unit, Dublin City University audio feedback is helpful Feedback overload
  17. 17. Computerised marking (question banks) Clicker Response System Podcasting (provide feedback to lecturer)http://www.yesimcakir.com/tag/podcasting/ http://www.intelligentassessment.com/User%2 http://sekolahanmedia.blogspot.com/2011/0 0guide%20-%20the%20authoring%20app.html 1/know-audience-response-system-at-Screencasting one.html Online peer review Twitterhttp://www.freenew.net/windows/qqsoft-3-in-1-screencast-12/51880.htm http://edudemic.com/2012/04/100-ways-to-use- http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/ twitter-in-education-by-degree-of-difficulty/ engineering/staff/learningte @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, chnology Innovation Learning Unit, Dublin City University
  18. 18. PodcastingDefinition Audio/sound/(video) recorded, made available from a website for playingConsiderations Need time to get acquainted with recording, scripting, etc.Good for…Might not begood for…Tools needed Audacity (Free). External mic.Examples SoundsGood project https://sites.google.com/site/soundsgooduk/ JISC project http://www.slideshare.net/mhawksey/using- audio-feedback-what-why-how IMPALA project http://www.impala.ac.uk/ @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City University
  19. 19. Useful resources to get started podcasting Morag’s slides on using audacity for podcastinghttp://www4.dcu.ie/ovpli/liu/learn-tech/Podcasting%20for%20Learning.pdf Salmon, G. & Edirisingha, P. (Eds.) 2009. Podcasting for learning in universities. New York: Open University PressAvailable as a podcasthttp://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/how-to-create-podcasts-@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City Universityfor/id360080466?mt=8
  20. 20. Case studies of podcasts Sounds Good project Quicker, better assessment using audio feedbackhttps://sites.google.com/site/soundsgooduk/Home Dunne, J.: Putting the Student in Charge: Adding Value to the Food Chemistry Laboratory Through Student Generated Experiments,Integration of Transferable Skills and Peer and Audio Feedback. EDULEARN11: 3rd International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, 4-6 July, 2011.http://bit.ly/KZkaRs@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  21. 21. ScreencastingDefinition Recording your computer screen, usually with an audio voiceoverConsiderations Rehearsing is key here. Keep it in a reasonable time frame. Be clear. Do not confuse students with unnecessary visuals or steps. Some software does require technical aptitude (saving file formats)Good for…Might not be goodfor…Tools needed A screencasting program, external mic. Screenr (free). Camtasia (fees, but for DCU we have licenses available)Examples Feedback provided by myself Khan Academy http://www.khanacademy.org/ @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City University
  22. 22. Useful resources forscreencasting Enda Donlon on using Screenr (free)http://www.teachnet.ie/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?id=413 Free screencasting tools for educationhttp://www.emergingedtech.com/2010/01/comparing-12-free-screencasting-tools/ University of Vermont’s resource page on Screencastinghttp://www.uvm.edu/ctl/?Page=resources-teaching/screencasting/index.php@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  23. 23. Examples of screencasting Maths screencasts by Open Universityhttp://www.maths-screencasts.org.uk/ Blog by Maths prof using screencastshttp://explainingmaths.wordpress.com/feedback/ Khan Academyhttp://www.khanacademy.org/@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  24. 24. Computerised marking (question banks)Definition The use of constructed questions and answers (that may provide feedback) delivered online.Time commitment Heavy. Can be reduced with collaboration.Good for…Might not be goodfor…Tools / Can be done in VLEs. Moodle – Question Bank.software/hardware Blackboard – Question Pools.neededExamples See videos on next page @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City University
  25. 25. Useful resources How to create quizzes on Moodlehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLvkdFr_ot4&feature=related Getting students to create question banks on VLEhttp://www.iteachwithmoodle.com/2011/03/09/question-creation-get-your-students-to-create-moodle-quizzestests-for-you/ How to create a question pool on Blackboardhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biiuYEeff7g@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  26. 26. Clicker Response System (provide feedback to lecturer)Definition Interactive system that uses hardware to facilitate responses from an audience. Information from hardware can be collected as data.Time commitment Moderate. Also have to carry the equipment to and fro, set up can be consuming.Good for…Might not be goodfor…Tools needed Clicker Response System. Contact your IT department to see if they are available.Examples Video from City University London case study http://estsass.co.uk/2011/04/21/a-case-study- classroom-response-systems/@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  27. 27.  Vanderbilt University, excellent compilation of resources on clickershttp://cft.vanderbilt.edu/docs/classroom-response-system-clickers-bibliography/ University of Wisconsin, Best practices for faculty using clickershttp://www4.uwm.edu/ltc/srs/faculty/best_practices.cfm@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  28. 28. Online peer reviewDefinition Students providing feedback to each other via online mechanismsTime Can be heavy. Set up and familiarisation for both studentscommitment and lecturer. Then in some cases needs to be moderated throughout.Good for…Might not begood for…Tools needed Could be as simple as responding to discussion forums. WebPA (open source). Most VLEs have an activity that supports this, Moodle2.2 – Workshop, Blackboard – Peer Review Tool (?)Examples See next page @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City University
  29. 29. Useful resources Loughborough University’s comprehensive resource pack including case studies, set up, and downloads for WebPAhttp://webpaproject.lboro.ac.uk/ Workshop in Moodle 2 , video tutorialhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hb8IykX9ICM@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  30. 30. TwitterDefinition Instant messaging system that allows user to send a message to followers and general public in 140 charactersTime Need to invest time to become proficient before usingcommitment with students. Also time commitment from students is necessary in order for it to work.Good for…Might not begood for…Tools needed A twitter account (free). Can be updated via computer, but a mobile device allows for more instant feedbackExamples http://jamesmichie.com/blog/2010/02/assessment-for- learning-with-twitter/ @t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City University
  31. 31. Useful resources for Twitter asfeedback Collation of resources on Assessment for Learning on Twitterhttp://www.slideshare.net/MmeNero/learning-about-assessment-for-learning-from-twitter Example with screenshots of teacher using Twitter for feedbackhttp://jamesmichie.com/blog/2010/02/assessment-for-learning-with-twitter/@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  32. 32. Resources on technology and largeclasses Alan Crosky Slideshow “Case study on using technology…”, very useful resources at END of showhttp://unsw.academia.edu/SimonMcIntyre/Papers/635017/Using_online_environments_for_teaching_large_classes_-_Case_study JISC blog posts and slides on student’s perception to audio feedbackhttp://mashe.hawksey.info/2009/05/student-audio-feedback-what-why-and-how/http://www.slideshare.net/mhawksey/using-audio-feedback-what-why-how@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  33. 33. Continued… Informal Mobile Podcasting And Learning Adaptationhttp://www.impala.ac.uk/@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
  34. 34. Questions?@t_eloise Dr. Eloise Tan, Learning InnovationUnit, Dublin City University
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