The power of digital assessment

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My recent presentation from the East Midlands Learning Technology Winter 2015 meeting discussing and highlighting the power of Digital Assessment for teachers, students and schools.

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  • @Shaona Williams Thanks Shaona, I'm glad you found it useful!
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  • Agreeing BTW that technological possibilities come first and should be welcomed and used. Good job Jay
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  • This presentation is sound. At the same time we should emphasize the need for a dynamic and flexible educational proces/structure, able to adopt to ever (faster) changing ways people learn and work. It´s not sufficient to just add new ways made possible by technology, but to profoundly change the way we organize education in line what is happening in work. Not too far from now we will have generations that will master hooverboarding before walking, mindcontrolling before actually using strengthmuscles, and VRsocialising before actually meeting and making friends in the physical world. Eventually `learning´ will be only a matter of affording and finding the accurate downloads, which will be stored in DNA and Qbit implants. Any new way/proces/structure should be one that is adaptable easy. Question is of course: what must it be?
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  • Brilliant presentation. Not only can the formative assessment process be engaging, it can also be owned by students.
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  • Digital assessment can be very helpful for both students and teachers. Students can appear to the assessments from their own place and teachers can go through it from their PC or laptop. Along with saving time and energy it is very attractive to the learners. It also take a big role in catering education around the globe.
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The power of digital assessment

  1. POWER of DIGITAL Assessment The
  2. @LearnMakerJay #learnmaker JAY ASHCROFT
  3. EVOLVED Technology has
  4. Evolution 2000 2015
  5. HAS NOT Assessment
  6. Evolution 2000 2015
  7. PROBLEM
  8. POOR USE IMPACTfor schools of tech is resulting in no
  9. High workload Stressed staff Disengaged learners School culture
  10. Problem lies with NEW TOO MUCHfocus on CONTENT
  11. Instead of a focus on LEARNING TRANSFORMING the process of
  12. Jay Ashcroft jay@learnmaker.co.uk PRE-TECHNOLOGY
  13. Jay Ashcroft jay@learnmaker.co.ukPOST-TECHNOLOGY
  14. Improved EFFECIENCY
  15. Jay Ashcroft jay@learnmaker.co.uk PRE-TECHNOLOGY
  16. Jay Ashcroft jay@learnmaker.co.ukPOST-TECHNOLOGY
  17. Improved FUNCTIONALITY
  18. are we not EDUCATION doing the same inWHY
  19. SOLUTION
  20. DIGITISING is within Assessment any school’s reach
  21. Requirements Device WiFi Internet
  22. PROCESS
  23. Teacher captures and uploads work 1
  24. Comments and interacts with student 2
  25. Finalised feedback and guidance 3
  26. PROOF
  27. Jay Ashcroft jay@learnmaker.co.uk BROADGREEN SCHOOL
  28. 1 day per week for 10 weeks Project length
  29. 336 Hours (14 days) Paper assessment
  30. 48 Hours (2 days) Digitised assessment
  31. Paper based: 3 Average interactions
  32. Digital based: 9 Average interactions
  33. This produced a LEARNING IMPACT ON interesting
  34. increase in independent learning 98%
  35. increase in maths relating to real life 38%
  36. 64% 88% before after Enjoyment of maths
  37. “It helped me improve as I could check my work on the bus home.”
  38. Full project details: www.learnmaker.co.uk
  39. CHALLENGE
  40. digital assessment in YOUR SCHOOL TRIAL
  41. Steps Email me Enlist 1 teacher Be amazed
  42. jay@learnmaker.co.uk
  43. transforming learning with technology Jay Ashcroft LEARNMAKER

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