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Ch10: Assessing Meaningful Learning with Technology


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Ch10: Assessing Meaningful Learning with Technology

  2. 2. Authentic & Performance Assessment  Technology – supported meaningful learning should be authentic and complex  Performance assessment refers to the process of assessing a student’s skills by asking the student to perform tasks that require those skills (ex. Science)  Performance of the learning task and assessment tasks - inseparable 2
  3. 3. Authentic & Performance Assessment  Example :  Click on the following website to see an  Construct a news example. broadcast or YouTube  instead of taking multiple-choice test m/watch?v=5PCbUauZ4 about current events. M0 3
  4. 4. Technology-Based Assessments 4
  5. 5. Assessing Growth Over Time With Electronic Portfolios Learning process *Collecting digital materials Creativity *Digital Materials– collections of digital materials that may include video, clips, graphics, sound, writing samples, artwork, and multimedia presentations 5
  6. 6. Assessing Growth Over Time With Electronic Portfolios  Standards-Based Portfolios - teachers are likely to define the content based on meeting certain curricular requirements  External Evaluation Portfolio - summative and are used for an external audience/met the external body’s requirements. 6
  7. 7. Why Use E-Portfolios?  Assess many types of learning outcomes  Based on the portfolio designer and the types of products  Practice self reflection – meaningful? 7
  8. 8. Why Use E-Portfolios Cont’ Example: Video Clip Excel Demonstrate the Demonstrate an learner’s ability to ability to perform develop a persuasive simple descriptive argument as well as statistics & draw a oral presentation & conclusion from the technology literacy data collection or skills graphs 8
  9. 9. E-Portfolio Task for Students 1. Define your goal 2. Define set of learning outcomes 3. Use software in: •HTML editors/Front Page/Dreamweaver •Foliotek (specific) 9
  10. 10. The Instructor’s Role Specify your learning material!! Exemplify Show growth The purpose of the students’ over time portfolio best work What the learning outcome should the portfolio demonstrate? Who are your audience? 10
  11. 11. Assessing Performance with Technology-based Rubrics promote intentional learning by: 1. Identifying aspects of the performance 2. Gathering information about learner’s performance 3. Using the information to improve learner’s performance Don’t Create a clear and precise characteristic of forget! a high-quality learning activity 1. Examine many rubrics that match your task 2. Modify to meet the needs of your students 11
  12. 12. Assessing Performance with Technology-based Rubrics  Example of a Rubric 12
  13. 13. Towson University ISTC 655 Presented by: Natalie Weleski Judy Ou 13