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Using Technology for Assessment

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Thaise Vieira

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Assessing Students in an Innovative Way Using Technology for Assessment How does using technology for assessment impact the classroom? Engaging students more effectively in the learning process.
Improving the quality of education.
Enhancing the performance of students Discovery Education iTunes U How to start with iTunes U The primary use of iTunes U is the audio feature.

You create a page for your class through the
school that you are affiliated with, and can include
lectures from classes to be accessed outside
the classroom. How do you create a lecture? I clicker Brain POP Founded in 1999, BrainPOP creates animated,
curricular content that engages students,
supports educators, and bolsters achievement

BrainPOP supports individual, team, and whole-class learning. Learning Activity http://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/usgovernmentandlaw/presidentialelection/ Experiment http://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/usgovernmentandlaw/presidentialelection/experiment/ Conclusion Questions References



http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/09/19/magazine/classroom-technology.html History of Technology in the Classroom 1650 – Wooden paddles with printed lessons

1850-1870 – A pointer and corporal punishment device 1870 – Magic Lantern, Chalkboard

1890 – School Slate 1900 - Pencil

1905 - Stereoscope

1925 - Filmstrip Projector 1930 – Overhead Projector

1940 – Mimeograph

1950 – Language-lab headset 1957 - Reading accelerator

1958 - Educational Television

1960 - Liquid Paper 1965 - Filmstrip Viewer

1972 - Hand-held, Calculator

1980 - Plato Computer, Scantron 1985 - CD-Rom Drive

1999 - Interactive White Board

2005 - I-clicker 2006 - X O laptop

2007 - iTunes U

2010 - I Pad http://studentadventures.discoveryeducation.com/teachers/education-center/lesson-plans-videos.cfm

http://studentadventures.discoveryeducation.com/media/pdf/lessonplan_WashingtonDC.pdf Introduced in May 2007
A digital store where universities and other schools
could post lectures for classes
Created to manage, distribute, and control access to educational audio and video contents
Free! Create a page for your class
Get a microphone
Record your lecture
Upload it to iTunes U
Save it!
Ready for access from students
and others. Open your iTunes program
If you don’t already have an apple id register for one now. How do you listen to a lecture? If you are looking for a lecture from your class search for the school that you’re attending How do you listen to a lecture? Click on the course, highlight the lecture date you want to download, and click GET. How do you listen to a lecture? Incorporate other apple software like
iBooks and iCloud.
Use textbooks right through iBooks.
Uses video and audio lectures.
Assign homework or tasks
Cost for this new system can range
from $988 - $373,988 The All-New Apple iTunes U What is is I clicker? Clicker is a handheld devices that help teachers
poll students.

These systems are also known as classroom
response systems, personal response systems,
and audience response systems. This technology allows students to respond to a question
by entering their answers into a handheld device.

A computer software keeps all of the
student answers.

With a computer, projector, or a whiteboard, a
teacher can display a graph of class answers How it works? The teacher receives quick feedback

The students receive quick feedback on their own understanding

Clicker use helps stimulate in-class discussion and peer instruction.

Clickers engage all students equally Advantages Discovery Education Assessment provides
educators with the tools needed to inform instruction
and drive student achievement. Our solution
helps you answer

Where are you now?
Where are you going?
What is the best way to get there?
Are we on the right course? Progress Zone Interim Assessments Response to Intervention Comprehensive Assessment Solution

Discovery Education Assessment offers a variety of interim, formative, and diagnostic assessments to meet a variety of your instructional needs.
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