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Assessment: Getting the Most out of your Students

An important aspect of cultivating student achievement, in both face to face and online environments, is getting students engaged in the learning experience. This Prezi takes a look at creative (often simple) options for low stakes assessments.
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Keith O'Neal

on 15 November 2017

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"
SMART
is not something you
are
,
SMART
is something you
get
" ~Dr. Dylan William

Lipscomb University
kwoneal@lipscomb.edu
Nashville, TN
.
.
Emphasis...
Kahoot
Socrative
Geddit
Nearpod
Quizizz
GoFormative
Plickers
Poll Everywhere
Social
SOCIAL
Getting the Most out of your Students
Assessment:
Keith W. O'Neal
Assessment
driven

ENGAGEMENT...
Wrap-up...
Quality
Assessment
Matters

@iTeachLipscomb
#OLCaccelerate
Student Learning
Mid-Term
Final
Assessment
11/17/2017
GRADE
Isn't
ASSESSMENT
all about the
grades
students get?
F
A+
C+
D
B-
Aren't grading
and
assessment the
same thing?
But tests ARE
assessments -
aren't they?
Aren't
Grades
Enough?
Methods of
Assessment
:
Formative (low stakes)
Summative (high stakes)
Informal:
written reflections
polls
surveys
backchannels (social media)
homework
discussion
peer to peer
Formal:
in-class activities
drafts
quizzes
online assessment
class deliverables
enter/exit slips

Final Exams
written
oral
online
Final Papers
Final Projects
published books & articles
Final Presentations
Final Portfolios
With
Feedback
=
Annual Physical
Without
Feedback
=
Post-Mortem

Assessment:
"Learning is more
effective

if learners receive
frequent
,
substantive
,
and
timely
feedback."

~Quality Matters
Instructor
Learners
Social Media
"Students need to
BELIEVE
that
effort

leads
to
success
"
~Dylan William
Marking & Grading
Detailed Comments & Feedback
Why Feedback?
Engages the student
Enables progression
Establishes
Encourages interaction
Feedback
SHOULD

promote
thinking...
increased
THINKING
increased
Learning
what's NEXT in order to IMPROVE
Teaching
to the
TEST
promote
LEARNING
Ask Yourself...
Do
I give

quality
FEEDBACK...
...
or just a
GRADE?
Do

I
allow
time
for
STUDENT
questions
...
...
or just
ASK
my
OWN?
TEACHING
without
LEARNING
is just

talking
What do
you
use to
ASSESS
your

students
?
LEARNERS?
To
KNOW
if
you
have
ARRIVED
,
you
need to
KNOW
where
you
are
GOING
.
What are your
OBJECTIVES
?
Discussions
Peer to Peer
Journaling
Blogging
Self Assessment
Public Assessment
Individual Projects
Group Projects
Test Feedback
Creating Content
Moderating
Oral
Public Assessment...
Tweet
to
Experts
get
#Feedback
Tweet
Q&A's
2

relevant
#
Publish
academic
posts on
LinkedIn
Share
articles with
LinkedIn
professional groups to
solicit

perspectives
Use
Instagram
to
share

engagements
and
promote

student

questioning
via pictures
Snapchat
...
never mind...
but...
C-
"Used with
SKILL
,
Assessment

can
M
otivate

the
reluctant
,
Revive
the
discouraged
,
and thereby
Increase
,
not
simply measure,


Chappuis, J., Stiggins, R., Chappuis, S. & Arter, J. (2012, p.1).
ACHIEVEMENT
."
Assessment

Defined
...
The systematic and ongoing method of
gathering
,

analyzing
, and
using
INFORMATION

from measured outcomes to
IMPROVE
STUDENT
LEARNING
WHY?
POWER of a GOOD QUESTION
http://www.slideshare.net/JeanDowns/why-grades-dont-make-the-grade-explaining-how-learning-outcomes-assessment-can-improve-student-learning
Via Jean Downs, Del Mar College
Forms
of
Feedback
(...and do your students
KNOW
them?)
@iTeachLipscomb
kwoneal@lipscomb.edu
#OLCaccelerate
#OLCaccelerate
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