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Interactive Classroom Assessment Techniques using Clicker Technology - Oregon IL Summit 2012

Measuring student learning with interactive classroom assessment questions and activities using clicker technology.
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Dale Vidmar

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Transcript of Interactive Classroom Assessment Techniques using Clicker Technology - Oregon IL Summit 2012

Simple to Use
Interactive
Provides real-time feedback
Everyone participates
Assess prior knowledge
Formative assessment Clicker Technology Interactive Classroom Assessment Techniques
(iCATs)
Using Clicker Technology
http://tinyurl.com/ilsummit-icats iCATs Dale Vidmar

Information Literacy and Instruction Librarian

Oregon Information Literacy Summit 2012
May 19, 2012
Chemeketa Community College - Yamhill Valley Campus
McMinnville, Oregon Classroom Assessment Techniques 50 CATS by Thomas Angelo and K. Patricia Cross Prior knowledge is critical to developing learning that is appropriate to what students already know and to build upon that knowledge. On-going formative assessment directs the course of instruction making sure students are achieving the desired outcomes. Background knowledge
Misconception/preconception
Opinion Polls
Self-confidence Survey
Check-in
Activity Reactions/Assessment
Reading/ Assignment Ratings
Review materials Interactive Classroom Assessment Techniques
(iCATS)
Using Clicker Technology

Dale Vidmar
Information Literacy and Instruction Librarian
Oregon Information Literacy Summit
May 19, 2012
Southern Oregon University Getting Started Clicker Training
Borrow clickers or Purchase
Download TurningPoint
Plan what you want to know
Create the questions Writing Good Questions! Keep it simple
Avoid negative items
Details belong in the question, not the answer
Check for consistency in languange
At all cost, avoid - "all of the above" "none of the above"
At all cost, avoid - "a and b, b and c, or a and c" References Classroom Response System (“Clickers”) Bibliography - Derek Bruff - http://cft.vanderbilt.edu/docs/classroom-response-system-clickers-bibliography/
Clickers and CATs: Using Learner Response Systems for Formative Assessments in the Classroom -


50 CATs from Angelo and Cross http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+Quarterly/EDUCAUSEQuarterlyMagazineVolum/ClickersandCATsUsingLearnerRes/219138/ http://pages.uoregon.edu/tep/resources/newteach/fifty_cats.pdf IWBAT develop interactive classroom assessment techniques to measure the “real-time” learning of students
IWBAT adapt clicker technology to interactively assess student learning and improve their personal teaching practice Why Are We Here? http://webpages.sou.edu/~vidmar/ilsummit2012/icats.pptx
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