Online student feedback @ DSC

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Online student feedback @ DSC

  1. 1. Online Student Feedback@ DSC
  2. 2. Our Vision We are a 1:1 School: We put our courses online We put our due dates online We put our assessment results online We get our students, parents and teachers used to working this way. We first translate our current practice into an online environment then we transform how we educate our students using ICT.
  3. 3. Our Vision We are a 1:1 School: We put our courses online
  4. 4. Our VisionWe put our due dates online
  5. 5. Our VisionWe put our due dates online This is their e- diary. Get them used to using it.
  6. 6. Our Vision We put our assessment results online
  7. 7. Purpose of Online AssessmentResultsOnline assessment should work as astudent/parent self-monitoring tool.Students should be able to look at the onlinegrade book and have it give them twothings.1. Feedback on tasks already completed.2. An indication of any tasks that have not been completed.Gaps in the grade book should indicate workthat needs to be submitted.
  8. 8. Assessment Results Online Examples
  9. 9. Assessment Results Online Example
  10. 10. Assessment Results Online Example
  11. 11. Assessment Results Online Example
  12. 12. Rubric Feedback
  13. 13. Assessment Results Online Examples
  14. 14. Grade book: What we Grade book: What we want to see. don’t want to see.The only thing a Future tasks thatparent or student have not been setshould see in the yet. Tasks that havegradebook are been set but will nottasks that have be marked. Thebeen set and/or whole years’ work.marked. 
  15. 15. Grade book: What we Grade book: What we want to see. don’t want to see.Tasks Tasks in one hugecategorised list or Tasks inunder the same Dimensions that parents and studentscategories that never see on reports.parents will see (e.g. Creating andon the reports Making or ICT for visualizing thinking)
  16. 16. Grade book: What we Grade book: What we want to see. don’t want to see.Some grades and Just numbers orsome comments.Quality Feedback Just Grades. that focusses onfuture learning.
  17. 17. Assessment Results Online Example
  18. 18. Grade book: What we Grade book: What we want to see. don’t want to see.The word Rubric in No indication that athe feedback if aMoodle rubric is  rubric is there.used. This waystudents andparent know toclick on the link tosee the rubric.
  19. 19. Grade book: What we Grade book: What we want to see. don’t want to see.Grade book Grades andemailed home feedback hiddenregularly from parents and students. 
  20. 20. Moodle Email Gradebook
  21. 21. Grade book: What we Grade book: What we want to see. don’t want to see.When grades are used they Grades that don’t correspond tocorrespond to VELS VELS or VCE standards. Egstandards. An “A” means 85% on a test where all thework 12 months ahead of material was at Year 9 standardstandard. An “E” means 12 does not correspond to an Amonths below. Use % or unless the student was in Year“comment only” rather than 8.grades unless the gradereflects VELS standards.
  22. 22. Grade book: What we Grade book: What we want to see. don’t want to see.Students and parents Student asking “What do Iself-monitoring. still need to hand in?” or asking “Have I handed everything in?”  Parents saying “Why wasn’t I told little Johnny was not completing work?” 
  23. 23. Where to next?Parent logins.Calendar functionally improvements.iPhone/Android phone app.Scaled back “end of semester” reports because the ongoing online reporting is so detailed.
  24. 24. Learn how to master the MoodleGrade Book. Beginners How do I get stuff into the gradebook? How do I categorise stuff in there? How do I move stuff around in there? I made a mistake – how do I delete or change something in there? What are all those funny numbers boxes for? Intermediate Exclusions. E mailing the gradebook. Exporting it. Changing the way grades are displayed. Advanced • Weighting & Aggregation: Getting Moodle to add up your marks. • Drop the lowest. • Emailing Gradebook.

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