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Transcript of VISIBLE LEARNING
Self - Reported Grades
Visible learning with web 2.0
by Alysa cozart
as you teach
If you can figure figure out exactly which students get it and which ones don't, or which part of your content are clear and which parts aren't, you can fine-tune your teaching
Shows understanding in a less language-dependent way
Shows understanding of connections between important concepts
Visual representation/visual learning
Collection of tools that allow you to have discussions with people in ways that defy time and geography.
A way to assess the traction of our teaching.
We can take note of misconceptions, summaries and extensions of our teaching.
**It’s a way to get a pulse on how the talkers have learned with our teaching.**
Future of Classroom Clickers!
Great when you don't have tablets yet OR you just need to change it up!
Sign up for a free account. You create a class, assigning a number to each student. Plickers give you a unique scannable image for each student that you print on a piece of paper.
Teachers can create their own library of quizzes, to be used with multiple classes or repeated at any time.
How -To Instructions
**Technology is a tool, not a learning outcome.
What learning outcomes are we aiming to achieve?
What strategies will help us meet those learning outcomes?
What tools will help us to achieve those outcomes?
Learn about Web 2.0 tools that teachers can incorporate into their classrooms to make learning VISIBLE
Make time to Explore Web 2.0 Tools
Ask you to...
Be Present and work collaboratively together
Refer to Bb organization
KC Faculty and Staff > Summer 2015
for resources to follow along
Explore free tools and evaluate the tools
Strategy Used to Promote
Impact on Learning
Greatness requires "the discipline to confront
the most brutal facts of your current reality, whatever they may be."
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...and Others Don't
"The key to improved student learning is to ensure more
in more classrooms more of the time."
Dufour & Mattos
, "How Do Principals Really Improve Schools?" Educational Leadership (2013), p.34
WHAT IS META-ANALYSIS?
A quantitative statistical analysis of several separate, but similar experiments or studies in order to test the pooled data for statistical significance.
A meta-meta analysis of:
Over 800 meta-analyses
Comprising over 50,000 individual studies
Representing the achievement of over 80 million students worldwide
Visible Teaching - Visible Learning
When teachers see learning through the eyes of the student.
When students see themselves as their own teachers.
Reading Students' Body Language
Teacher sets up questions up front, students log in with their own devices and answer the questions.
Kahoot has extra features that make it more engaging and fun. (Images, Video, Music)
Students awarded points for responding quickly. (Value decreases as time runs out)
When finished, you can download results to a spreadsheet.
How -To Instructions
Adaptive learning games that anyone can create, share, and play.
Create your own game OR search from content specific games created by others.
Templates include: cards, buckets, sequencing, hotspots.
How -To Instructions
First company to offer an alternative to clickers, Poll Everywhere started as a service that allowed students to respond to a poll via text message.
Since 2007, Poll Everywhere has grown quite a bit.
Students can still respond via text, but now they can also respond through a web browser, a smarphone, or even Twitter!
New PowerPoint Plug-In!!!
How -To Instructions
Real-Time Assessment data with quizzes students take through their own device.
Offers multiple choice and short answer options.
Downloadable reports and shareable quizzes.
Students actually see questions on their devices, which is not the case with Kahoot or Poll Everywhere.
Students can play INDPENDENTLY or as a class challenge.
How -To Instructions
Task: Choose one tool and explore the tool. Look for examples in your content area if the tool allows. Create a short (10 question) formative assessment for your content area. (1st six weeks if possible)
Share Your Examples:
One of the simplest tools out there.
Uses mainly text rather than pulling a lot of images.
Free level is only text.
Creates a top-down hierarchy with "sibling" bubbles at the same level.
Simplistic tool but offers advanced features.
Can contain text, uploaded images, hand-drawn sketches, and even videos.
Each Popplet is given a unique url so users can share the link with others.
Free for up to 5 Popplets.
Google's free minid-mapping tool
Pretty basic -like Bubbl.us
Creates clear and distraction-free maps
Share a direct link, embed it into Bb, or download as .pdf
Need a gmail account
Program on tablet
Check out templates
Download as .pdf and upload to Bb
Includes diagram, map, and outline
*Think about your content area and areas your students could benefit with concept mapping.
*Choose one tool and create a concept map exploring the tool.
Share your example below.
Important to allow for a variety of types/sizes of Discussions!
conversation without whispers
Free space to type in questions, offer comments, or even post links to relevant sources
Gives participants a way to contribute productively to a "sit and get" presentation without having to interrupt
Backchannel Video - Twitter
Can use basic, free account
Can go to Settings > print discussion
Very similar to Today's Meet
Can delete student responses
Discussion Boards, Journals, Wikis, and More (Tools > Discussion Board).
An online corkboard where you can just pin notes, pictures, files, and links to other places
Users have many options for sharing
Self reported grades comes out at the top of all influences. Children are the most accurate when predicting how they will perform. In a video Hattie explains that if he could write his book Visible Learning for Teachers again, he would re-name this learning strategy “Student Expectations” to express more clearly that this strategy involves the teacher finding out what are the student’s expectations and pushing the learner to exceed these expectations. Once a student has performed at a level that is beyond their own expectations, he or she gains confidence in his or her learning ability.
Tools that allow for higher-level thinking
Allows students to think about their thinking
15 minutes of free screen recording
Option for webcam
Can purchase tool for $15
Record instructions, examples, etc.
Have students record and demonstrate mastery
Use Version 1
Videomaker, Slideshow creator, and Collage Builder
Free to use
Many photo editing options
Users can create slideshows and add animated stickers, transitions, text, music and special effects
Can submit urls in Assignment Box (Found under Embed)
Create Newsletters with blocks of text, photos, embedded videos, event annoucements, audio clips.
Great for parent communication
Can run analytics on who opened it for up to 200 emails free
Have students create newsletters to demonstrate mastery
Example - https://www.smore.com/vmfs-s-more-technology-ideas
Allows you to take any image and add interactive elements or (tags) to it
73 Ways to use Thinglink:
Allows you to build interactive, online lessons around a pre-existing video
Can import a video or use on from the search engine
Can edit the video and add questions
After students complete the lesson, you get analytics about how long each student watched, which parts they re-watched, etc.
Clip Converter - AnyVideo Converter in Software Center
John Hattie led a team at Auckland University, New Zealand which compares the effect on learning of over 100 classroom interventions.
Know Thy Impact!!!
Today we are going to look at...
1. Formative Assessment and Feedback
2. Concept Mapping
3. Classroom Discussion
4. Meta-Cognitive Tools
5. Student Expectations
Example - https://www.blendspace.com/lessons/UybTZ89WRsGeYg/civil-rights-movement
Create learning modules using various tools
Drag and drop Internet resources
Gallery - https://www.blendspace.com/gallery
How -to Video
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