Matching Technology Tools with the Assessments You Need for your Students
Join Chris CichoskiKelly in an exploration of how you can use technology to design and organize assessments that meet the needs of you and your students. Over two days of workshops Chris will review over a dozen tools that will help you tailor assessments to your content and your students’ goals.
Chris will review tools that can help educators develop and manage learning scales and performance tasks and assist with proficiency-based grading. There are tools that will make learning goals and progress clearer to students and parents and help teachers and students better focus their efforts. Many of these tools can involve students in the assessment process and increase their participation and learning.
Among the tools Chris will be reviewing are: PlayPosit; Socrative; Quizlet; Plickers, Goobric, Flubaroo and Kahoot. You will learn how to make creative and tailored use of Google Forms and Sheets, better use Excel for graphing and help make more efficient use of checklists and rubrics. Improve your assessments and keep your date organized with the right tools.
The workshops are on February 3 and March 17 (new date) ; to get the most from this offering take it as a 3 credit course through which you will get support from Chris for the application of the tools you select to your own assessment goals. In addition, you will be able to see how your fellow students are utilizing these tools in different ways.
Chris’s workshops and courses have gotten rave reviews from past participants:
This course was amazing!! The knowledge I gained has been so incredibly useful; we can see that it is clearly benefiting the students.
So many skills and tools. all kinds of useful shortcuts and small ways I can assess and analyze assessments. This class is my favorite one I’ve ever taken as an adult!
I immediately began integrating the tools I learned about into my practice. I am so impressed by the breadth of this course.
I had knowledge of google tools before, but I would say my knowledge tripled or more, and that I have applied that knowledge daily both in my professional life and my personal life.
It is the most applicable course I have ever taken. I used what I learned immediately.