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Moodlemoot Day 3PM Assessment and Evaluation
May 6, 2011, 6:51 pm
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MooMoodlemoot Edmonton – May 4th 2011 – PM

Differentiating instruction means creating multiple paths so tat students of different abilities, interested or learning needs experience equally appropriate ways to absorb, use, develop and present concepts as a part of the daily learning process. It allows students to take greater responsibility and ownership of their won learning, and provides opportunities for peer teaching and cooperative learning.

Assessment vs. Evaluation
Instead of students asking is this for marks, students ask is this for summative assessment!

Assessment = practice, dipstick, qualitative, performance, hidden curriculum, basis for improvement, pre, during, post learning
Evaluation – Game time, report on learning, quantitative, snap shot, post learning, redone? Course Grade

Using Formative Assessment
1. What does the student already know?
2. What does the student kind of know?
3. What does the student need to know?
What does Assessment look like?
1. homework
2. quiz, pop quiz, practice test
3. project
4. presentation
5. lab
6. entry/exit slips
7. textbook assisted prep
8. email
9. text message
10. journal, blog, wiki
Sound Like?
1. oral questions
2. touching base with a student
3. class discussion
4. Student to student chat
Feel Like?
1. anxiety
2. comfort
3. reassurance
4. empowerment
5. nothing
The benefits of using Moodle to assess students out weigh the time required to setup the question banks. This is because it is available to the student 24 hours a day, this is practice for your students. If you are going to be away sometimes they still have the practice they need to do their work. Students can go back and re-read, do quizzes and test, teacher can set up the tests so that they can have different questions each time they go in.
• practice tests for Math
• practice games for Math

Creating a Quiz Assessments
Display – questions per page – Unlimited
Shuffle questions – yes
Shuffle within questions – yes
Review Options – – checks off all immediately after the attempt, Later, while the quiz is still open and After the quiz is closed

Overall Feedback – Way to Go! You’ve really got a handle on this concept!!!
• Through data manager you can add questions that are already in the system.

How to Report Assessment
Formative and Summative Evaluation – for formative assessment students pick what formative assessments they wants to do.

Patricia Yeske
Teacher
Riverview Colligiate
Yeske.patricia@prairiesouth.ca

dlemoot Edmonton – May 4th 2011 – PM

DifferentiMoodlemoot Edmonton – May 4th 2011 – PM

Differentiating instruction means creating multiple paths so tat students of different abilities, interested or learning needs experience equally appropriate ways to absorb, use, develop and present concepts as a part of the daily learning process. It allows students to take greater responsibility and ownership of their won learning, and provides opportunities for peer teaching and cooperative learning.

Assessment vs. Evaluation
Instead of students asking is this for marks, students ask is this for summative assessment!

Assessment = practice, dipstick, qualitative, performance, hidden curriculum, basis for improvement, pre, during, post learning
Evaluation – Game time, report on learning, quantitative, snap shot, post learning, redone? Course Grade

Using Formative Assessment
1. What does the student already know?
2. What does the student kind of know?
3. What does the student need to know?
What does Assessment look like?
1. homework
2. quiz, pop quiz, practice test
3. project
4. presentation
5. lab
6. entry/exit slips
7. textbook assisted prep
8. email
9. text message
10. journal, blog, wiki
Sound Like?
1. oral questions
2. touching base with a student
3. class discussion
4. Student to student chat
Feel Like?
1. anxiety
2. comfort
3. reassurance
4. empowerment
5. nothing
The benefits of using Moodle to assess students out weigh the time required to setup the question banks. This is because it is available to the student 24 hours a day, this is practice for your students. If you are going to be away sometimes they still have the practice they need to do their work. Students can go back and re-read, do quizzes and test, teacher can set up the tests so that they can have different questions each time they go in.
• practice tests for Math
• practice games for Math

Creating a Quiz Assessments
Display – questions per page – Unlimited
Shuffle questions – yes
Shuffle within questions – yes
Review Options – – checks off all immediately after the attempt, Later, while the quiz is still open and After the quiz is closed

Overall Feedback – Way to Go! You’ve really got a handle on this concept!!!
• Through data manager you can add questions that are already in the system.

How to Report Assessment
Formative and Summative Evaluation – for formative assessment students pick what formative assessments they wants to do.

Patricia Yeske
Teacher
Riverview Colligiate
Yeske.patricia@prairiesouth.ca

ating instruction means creating multiple paths so tat students of different abilities, interested or learning needs experience equally appropriate ways to absorb, use, develop and present concepts as a part of the daily learning process. It allows students to take greater responsibility and ownership of their won learning, and provides opportunities for peer teaching and cooperative learning.

Assessment vs. Evaluation
Instead of students asking is this for marks, students ask is this for summative assessment!

Assessment = practice, dipstick, qualitative, performance, hidden curriculum, basis for improvement, pre, during, post learning
Evaluation – Game time, report on learning, quantitative, snap shot, post learning, redone? Course Grade

Using Formative Assessment
1. What does the student already know?
2. What does the student kind of know?
3. What does the student need to know?
What does Assessment look like?
1. homework
2. quiz, pop quiz, practice test
3. project
4. presentation
5. lab
6. entry/exit slips
7. textbook assisted prep
8. email
9. text message
10. journal, blog, wiki
Sound Like?
1. oral questions
2. touching base with a student
3. class discussion
4. Student to student chat
Feel Like?
1. anxiety
2. comfort
3. reassurance
4. empowerment
5. nothing
The benefits of using Moodle to assess students out weigh the time required to setup the question banks. This is because it is available to the student 24 hours a day, this is practice for your students. If you are going to be away sometimes they still have the practice they need to do their work. Students can go back and re-read, do quizzes and test, teacher can set up the tests so that they can have different questions each time they go in.
• practice tests for Math
• practice games for Math

Creating a Quiz Assessments
Display – questions per page – Unlimited
Shuffle questions – yes
Shuffle within questions – yes
Review Options – – checks off all immediately after the attempt, Later, while the quiz is still open and After the quiz is closed

Overall Feedback – Way to Go! You’ve really got a handle on this concept!!!
• Through data manager you can add questions that are already in the system.

How to Report Assessment
Formative and Summative Evaluation – for formative assessment students pick what formative assessments they wants to do.

Patricia Yeske
Teacher
Riverview Colligiate
Yeske.patricia@prairiesouth.ca

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