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EARCOS 2014

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Tech Assessment Suggestions
Tech integration for assessment
EARCOS 2014
...and my conference takeaways
1. What to take away from a STEM thread?
2. Who is Penny Bishop?
3. What is assessment? Why use technology to assess?
4. Tech tools and ideas
- Twitter/Social Media
- Digital Portfolios
- Augmented Images
-Video/Podcasting
Agenda
What Did I Take Away from A STEM Based Conference?
1. Technology integration is not cool addition to a lesson, its a must have.
( Young Zhao)
2. Using the internet or the computer lab is
no longer an engaging use of technology.

3. If students learn through technology, Why not use it for assessment?
(Penny Bishop)
(Tom Daccord)
Professor of Education at Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education
Specializes in Technology Integration
Teacher Coach for Middle School Educators
Tech advocate
Follow on Twitter @pennybishop
Who is Penny Bishop?
Questions to Ponder?
What does assessment mean to you?

What is an example of a typical assessment used in your class?

Have you ever used technology to assess? How did you use it? What were the results?

Any ideas you haven't tried?
Twitter/Other Social Media Sites
Great For
assessing prior knowledge
Formative assessment of new learning
Reflection
Likes
Forces students to be clear, exact and concise
Builds a community outside(?) the classroom
Hang ups
Age restrictions
Each student needs an account
More Examples
Demonstrating New Learning
Reflecting on Learning
Digital Portfolios
Great For
Class Binders (without the piles of paper)
Self Evaluation
Demonstrate individual growth
Likes
Student involvement & accountability
Share with parents
Recommended Sites
www.evernote.com
www.wordpress.com
Evernote
The Potential
Augmented Images
Great For
Summative assessments
Demonstrating analysis
Identifying themes
Demonstrating concept knowledge
Likes
interactive and engaging
Recommended Sites
www.thinglink.com
www.aurasma.com
www.thinglink.com
Embed videos, links, tweets, or other images in a master image

Student created posters can become interactive!
Aurasma
An iOS app that uses QR codes to embed videos, images , and text within real life objects.

View the object through the devices camera and the embedded objects will appear!


Video and Podcasts
Great For
increasing your audience size
can fit most forms of assessment
Likes
New programs and gadgets are very intuitive
builds digital accountability
Recommended Sites
www.youtube.com
iTunes
Youtube/podcasts
http://cpa.ds.npr.org/vpr/audio/2014/01/vpr-programs-youngwritersproject-08192013.mp3
https://vine.co/v/h3jYT02L3FK
Final Thoughts...
1. Tech integration with assessment naturally fits how
our students learn.

2. There are many different useful tools available

3. A more engaging assessment creates a more memorable learning experience
Welcome Brent Faculty!
THANK
YOU!

www.twitter.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IonYogp33Do#t=61
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