Upping your Assessment Game with Technology

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Upping your Assessment Game with Technology

  1. 1. Upping your Assessment Game with Technology   Jason Neiffer Tech-­‐Savvy  Teacher-­‐in-­‐Residence,  Northwest  Council  for  Computer  Educa=on     Curriculum  Director,  Montana  Digital  Academy   Doctoral  Candidate,  the  University  of  Montana    
  2. 2. Paperless  Handouts   h=p://jasonlinks.net/ncceevernote  
  3. 3. Image  by  MarEn  Cisneros  
  4. 4. What is upping your game?
  5. 5. Teaching Must be Evolutionary
  6. 6. Teachers Must Challenge Themselves
  7. 7. Internal Motivation is Best
  8. 8. Assumptions about Assessment
  9. 9. You are Using Well-Designed Assessments
  10. 10. You Believe in Assessment for Learning
  11. 11. You Know that Assessment is High-and-Low Stake
  12. 12. Assessment Should be Woven into Instruction
  13. 13. Tech-Savvy Teacher Assessment Philosophy
  14. 14. Teacher Skill is Critical
  15. 15. Your Tools Must be Purposefully Chosen
  16. 16. Your Time in Finite and Valuable
  17. 17. Strategy One: Build Formative Assessment into Instruction Using Technology
  18. 18. http://jasonlinks.net/assessmentalber
  19. 19. Assessment Should be Woven into Instruction
  20. 20. http://jasonlinks.net/homebase
  21. 21. http://jasonlinks.net/interactivity
  22. 22. Recommended: http://www.socrative.com
  23. 23. http://m.socrative.com -- Room 406243
  24. 24. PracEce/Scaffolding   Required  to  Make  this   Classroom  PracEce   Analyze  the  Data  for   Usefulness   USE  the  Data  to   Improve  InstrucEon   Don’t  Be  Afraid  to   Abandon  This!  
  25. 25. Strategy Two: Increase your Efficiency in Giving Rich Feedback Using Technology
  26. 26. http://jasonlinks.net/effectivefeedback
  27. 27. Goal-­‐Referenced   Tangible  and  Transparent   AcEonable   User-­‐Friendly   Timely   Ongoing   Consistent  
  28. 28. Using  Automated,  CorrecEve  Feedback   with  ObjecEve  Assessments  
  29. 29. Moodle   Blackboard   BrainHoney   Desire2Learn  
  30. 30. Using  Text  Replacement  to   Increase  Teacher  Efficiency  
  31. 31. Windows   • Phrase  Express  (TST  Pick)   • ShortKeys   Mac   • aText  (TST  Pick)   • TextExpander  (TST  Pick)   Chrome   • PopChrom  (meh)  
  32. 32. Reimagining  Assessment  as  ConversaEon   with  CollaboraEve  WriEng  
  33. 33. http://www.kaizena.com
  34. 34. Google  Drive   Office  Live  
  35. 35. Moving  Assessment  to   ConversaEon  with  ScreencasEng  
  36. 36. Jing   Screencast-­‐o-­‐MaEc   Camtasia  Studio   Snagit  (TST  Pick)   Screenflow  (Mac  Only–  TST  Pick)  
  37. 37. Evaluate  your  Current  Assessment  PracEce  
  38. 38. Goal-­‐Referenced   Tangible  and  Transparent   AcEonable   User-­‐Friendly   Timely   Ongoing   Consistent  
  39. 39. Try  One  Tool  that  Ups  Your  Game  in   One  Aspect  of  Rich  Feedback  
  40. 40. Evaluate  and  Repeat  
  41. 41. Jason  Neiffer   Tech-­‐Savvy  Teacher-­‐in-­‐Residence,  NCCE   Doctoral  Candidate,  the  University  of  Montana  (Go  Griz!)   Curriculum  Director,  Montana  Digital  Academy     Twi=er:   @techsavvyteach   @ncce_edtech     Blog:   h=p://blog.ncce.org     Contact  for  CollaboraEon  and  Training:   h=p://www.neiffer.com   h=p://www.ncce.org    

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