Grading on iPad

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SImple K12 Webinar presented as part of FSU COE Week's Technology Day.

Presents 3 approaches to using the iPad as a grading tool.

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Grading on iPad

  1. 1. 10/10/12   GRADING ON THE GO: USING THE IPAD TO GRADE STUDENT WORK Dr. Vanessa P. Dennen Florida State University vdennen@fsu.edu SimpleK12 Webinar October 10, 2012About Me•  Associate Professor of Instructional Systems @ FSU•  Teach courses in: •  Web 2.0 •  Mobile learning •  Learning theory •  Research methods•  Research: •  Web 2.0 and mobile learning •  Online learning communities •  Online knowledge networks/knowledge management 1  
  2. 2. 10/10/12  Why use the iPad to grade?•  Portable•  Easy combined paper/electronic gradingWebinar objective:•  To share 3 ways in which iPads can be used to help with grading.Three Scenarios•  Providing annotation style feedback on to written documents•  Providing preset comments•  Providing audio feedbackAlso:•  A few extra goodies 2  
  3. 3. 10/10/12  Tools Used•  Dropbox (free)•  PDF Convertor (6.99) [there are others at various prices]•  iAnnotate PDF (9.99) or neu.Annotate+ PDF (1.99)•  Essay Grader (5.99)•  Dropvox (free)Extras•  Groovy Grader (free)•  Grade Cam (limited free)Scenario 1: Annotated Feedback•  Concept •  Mark up a copy of an assignment•  Pros •  Diverse commenting options (highlight, underline, comment, draw)•  Cons •  Requires PDFs•  Tools •  Dropbox •  PDF Convertor (or similar program) •  iAnnotate (or similar program) 3  
  4. 4. 10/10/12  Scenario 1: Annotated FeedbackWorkflow 1.  If your files are not already PDFs, open them (from Dropbox) in PDF Convertor and convert 2.  From PDF Convertor, open the converted file in iAnnotate 3.  Annotate as desired – highlight, underline, comment, type, draw, etc. 4.  Share (email) with student.Scenario 1: Annotated Feedback 4  
  5. 5. 10/10/12  Scenario 1: Annotated FeedbackScenario 1: Annotated Feedback 5  
  6. 6. 10/10/12  Scenario 1: Annotated FeedbackScenario 1: Annotated Feedback•  Extension ideas: •  Take a photo, turn it into a PDF, and annotate the photo 6  
  7. 7. 10/10/12  Scenario 2: Preset Feedback•  Concept •  Select from predetermined feedback options•  Pros •  Ability to quickly give extensive feedback •  Good if you use assignments or rubrics frequently•  Cons •  Initial learning curve and set-up time•  Tools •  Excel or other spreadsheet (need CSV file) •  Essay GraderScenario 2: Preset FeedbackWorkflow1.  Create feedback file2.  Create class list in XL (or enter manually)3.  Grade item by selecting categories of feedback4.  Export compiled feedback document 7  
  8. 8. 10/10/12  Scenario 2: Preset FeedbackScenario 2: Preset Feedback 8  
  9. 9. 10/10/12  Scenario 2: Preset FeedbackScenario 2: Preset Feedback 9  
  10. 10. 10/10/12  Scenario 2: Preset FeedbackScenario 2: Preset Feedback 10  
  11. 11. 10/10/12  Scenario 2: Preset FeedbackScenario 3: Audio Feedback•  Concept •  Record feedback in an audio file as you review the assignment•  Pros •  Easy •  Can be faster than typing/handwriting, especially for holistic feedback or commenting while flipping through an assignment•  Cons •  Can’t start and stop recording•  Tools •  Dropbox •  Dropvox (links to dropbox account) 11  
  12. 12. 10/10/12  Scenario 3: Audio FeedbackWorkflow 1.  Open Dropvox 2.  Click to record 3.  Create one recording per assignment 4.  When you stop the recording, it automatically uploads to specified folder in Dropbox 5.  Distribute to students in preferred mannerHint: Note the order in which you record feedback and slatethe beginning of each recording with the student’s name foreasy file renaming/checking.Prepare to record … 12  
  13. 13. 10/10/12  Record …Automatic upload 13  
  14. 14. 10/10/12  A Few Extras: Groovy GraderA Few Extras: Grade Cam 14  
  15. 15. 10/10/12  A Few Extras: Grade CamTHANKS FORATTENDINGAny questions?vdennen@fsu.edu 15  

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