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Building a Digital Classroom 1 – SurveyMonkey®
Transcript of Building a Digital Classroom 1 – SurveyMonkey®
What is SurveyMonkey®?
Why use SurveyMonkey®?
How to use SurveyMonkey®?
Activity 1 - Complete a SurveyMonkey® assessment
Activity 2 - Create your own SurveyMonkey® profile & formative assessment survey Formative assessment or diagnostic testing is a range of formal and informal assessment procedures employed by teachers during the learning process in order to modify teaching and learning activities to improve student attainment. It typically involves qualitative feedback (rather than scores) for both student and teacher that focuses on the details of content and performance. It is commonly contrasted with summative assessment, which seeks to monitor educational outcomes, often for purposes of external accountability. www.surveymonkey.com References & Resources Thanks! Thanks for participating in this lesson on how to create formative assessments using SurveyMonkey® as a digital tool! Source: © scholastic.com http://bit.ly/wZrYgn Source: © http://educationaljargonschs.wikispaces.com/Assessment 12 Word Summary In 12 words or less, have students summarize important aspects of a particular chunk of instruction or reading. 3-2-1 Students jot down 3 ideas, concepts, or issues presented.
Students jot down 2 examples or uses of idea or concept.
Students write down 1 unresolved question or a possible confusion. Muddiest Point Students are asked to write down the muddiest point in the lesson - what was unclear? Class Vote Present several possible answers or solutions to a question or problem and have students vote on what they think is best. One Minute Paper Teacher decides what the focus of the paper should be. Ask students “What was the most important thing you learned?" "What important question remains unanswered?” Give 1 minute to write answers. Set aside 5-10 minutes of next class to discuss the results. May be used in the middle of a class also. Multiple Choice True / False Multiple Text boxes Matrix Closed Questions Rating Answers Long answer / paragraph Multiple Choice Multiple Answers Open Ended Questions Comment box Want more examples?
Click play watch this video or skip it by clicking on the right navigation arrow What can you do? Many ways to send your survey Step 1 to 3 Validate your email Send your Survey!! http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NXC329P Complete a SurveyMonkey® survey to assess this course Follow this link or the one that was emailed to your VC email Create your own SurveyMonkey® profile Create your own 10 question formative assessment in SurveyMonkey® using your subject content Your SurveyMonkey® assessment Send your assessment to Lelanie at email@example.com by this date:
Remember to be creative and have fun while doing this! Referencing Resources:
All images from SurveyMonkey®: http://www.surveymonkey.com/
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YouTube Videos of Survey Monkey:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBf5IgMR3X0http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGVV7YYpPo4http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVaJ1cq0WKshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2QtDDwOB9Q I hope you enjoyed the lesson For more ideas & information on formative assessment: Source: http://bit.ly/10jh5S2