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Transcript of SOCRATIVE
HOW TO USE SOCRATIVE
A framework known as "Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK)" (http://www.tpck.org/) focuses on 3 knowledge bases teachers can combine to effectively teach. Teachers may know their content really well or have their pedagogy down pat. They may also know about a lot of new technology. The key is effectively combining all three to reach their goal, rather than using the areas of knowledge in isolation.
This applies to Socrative. It’s not about teaching Socrative; it’s about using Socrative to enhance instruction. It is a great idea to familiarize students with Socrative in order to use class time effectively; but this is not the main goal. The main goal should be teaching classroom objectives.
Socrative would be a great way to see what students already know. Providing a few multiple choice or short answer questions can give a quick overview of where lessons may need to begin (ex. further back or ahead of where originally thought.)
To gauge understanding during instruction, Socrative could be an easy way to get a quick response. This could assess the effectiveness of the pedagogy being used (ex. are visual and kinesthetic learners benefiting from the instruction.)
Socrative could also be used to enhance instruction by providing visuals for students (ex. public opinion polls, share experiences, likes and dislikes, bar graphs.)
Students could also use a teacher account to create a quiz or poll for part of their presentation.
After a topic has been taught, Socrative could be used for post assessment to gauge overall understanding of the lesson (ex. did students miss a particular point and/or master the concepts presented.)
Top Ten Ways to Use Socrative in Your Classroom:
1. Use Socrative when you need anonymous responses on an evaluation.
You can create a “quiz” or evaluation and collect anonymous responses from your students by not including a question where they enter their names.
2. Use Socrative when you need the entire class to answer one question anonymously.
You can orally present a single question to students and have them send you their answers.
3. Use Socrative as a formative assessment prior to a unit or lesson.
4. Use Socrative as a quick quiz to assess during a unit.
5. Use Socrative as a summative assessment after a unit or lesson.
6. Use the Exit Ticket tool on Socrative to gauge how your students feel about a lesson or unit and get an idea of what they learned (formative assessment!).
An exit ticket will automatically ask:
How well did you understand the material (multiple choice)?
What did you learn today (free response)?
Please solve the problem/answer the question on the board (free response)?
WHY USE SOCRATIVE?
7. Use Socrative when you want to take a poll (anonymous or otherwise!)
Create a poll quiz and see the results immediately in a bar graph...students will love this!
8. Use the Space Race tool on Socrative to facilitate competitions in your classroom (individual players or teams).
Design a Quiz made of multiple-choice questions and select the quiz you want students to use for the game under the Space Race section. Once you enter the number of teams you can either auto-assign students to a team or let them choose.The team(s) whose rocket travels the farthest wins. Include prizes for a fun incentive! When all the teams have finished, you can choose how to receive the results.
9. Use Socrative to let students create a teacher account and “be the teacher.”
Once students have already used Socrative in your classroom, allow students to make a teacher account and create polls or quizzes for other classes and students.
10. Use a Socrative quiz as a fun way to introduce a unit.
Ex. Give a poll and then view results to introduce math unit about bar graphs and why they’re important, give a quick quiz about a holiday or country with common misconceptions included (true/false), etc.
SOCRATIVE TUTORIAL VIDEOS
SOCRATIVE USERS GUIDE
HOPE YOU FIND SOCRATIVE TO BE A USEFUL TOOL FOR YOUR CLASSROOM!!
LEIGHA, PRASILLA, LAURA
VIDEO OF SOCRATIVE IN THE CLASSROOM
SOCRATIVE USERS GUIDE- PDF
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