Formative Assessment Remixed

THE IPAD FOR CREATING ENGAGING LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

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LINK TO ALL MATERIALS FOR TODAY!

I'm Jamie


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  • Learning Outcome: Understand and harness the power of using the iPad for creating engaging learning opportunities and challenge preconceived notions of what formative assessment looks like.

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Journey Guiding Questions:


  1. How can educators use technology to make student thinking "visible"?
  2. How can educators encourage high levels of cognitive response in classroom activities and projects?
  3. What is the role of classroom culture in developing students who become responsible for their own thinking and learning?


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WHAT DOES "MAKING THINKING VISIBLE" MEAN TO YOU?


1. Go to student.infuselearning.com

2. Room ID: 37063



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RESEARCH FRAMEWORK

SAMR

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TPACK

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Learning and Creating with iPads in Kindergarten

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APPS, WEB APPS & APPLICATIONS

Screen of ubiquitous apps - We won't get through all of these today, but I wanted to share so you can explore more following the session.


* 4 Cs: Consumption, Curation, Creation, Connection
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iPad and Web-based Apps for Formative Assessment

This section will show you the general apps for your classroom that will allow students (and teachers) to create great content.


Skitch

Great For:
Basic editing, cropping, labeling, highlighting, blurring (think kid's faces or personal info, license plate).


Example:
Learned Behavior vs. Inherited Traits (Twitter students, Science Journals)

ACTIVITY

Inherited Traits vs. Learned Behaviors

  • Create a Skitch with your picture.
  • Label characteristics you believe are inherited traits and list learned behaviors you exhibit.
  • Be prepared to present to your partner and group.

Pic Collage

Great For:

Making collages of pictures...like it sounds. Nice variety of templates & very simple to use.


Example:

All about me!

(Astros vs. Red Sox)

ACTIVITY

Play with Pic Collage!


Split into groups of 3:

  • Using pic collage add pictures to showcase your favorite sports teams or your dream vacation.
  • Try for around 4-6 pictures, objects, etc and be sure to use the text feature to give it a title or more detail.
  • Explore the types of photos you can import.
  • Be prepared to share!

Popplet

Great for:

Use this app to make graphic organizers or thinking maps for story pre-writing or just brainstorming ideas. You can even use to draw timelines or to display connecting food-webs and more.

  • Very simple to use and includes potential for collaboration.


Example:

  • Food chain
  • JFK timeline

ACTIVITY

Play with Popplet


Individual or pair activity:


  • What skills, competencies, and characteristics should a high school graduate possess? Brainstorm with Popplet.
  • Take a screenshot when you are finished.




Thing Link

Great for:

Once a drawing, picture or collage is already made, use Thing Link to add a layer of interactive objects (links, video, audio, text, etc.) on top of the picture.


Example:

  • Vocabulary
  • JFK Collage


ACTIVITY

App vs. Web App discussion

  • Use your previous creation from Popplet or Pic Collage and add a layer of interactiveness using video, audio, links, text or more.


Discuss integration into curriculum

Sound Cloud

Add your own personal audio to your ThingLink.


* 5 minutes (2-3)

Touchcast



Awesome new app. This has massive potential all around.


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So, what do I do next?

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Creating a contagious culture...

Kid President's Pep Talk to Teachers and Students!

BE. MORE. AWESOME!

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Jamie Locklin

I want to make an impact on education! If I can help you please let me know!