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2017_DIY_Online_Assessment

Page history last edited by Dr. Nellie (Muller) Deutsch 3 years, 9 months ago

 

 

Title    DIY (Do It Yourself) Online Assessment 

 



 

 

Abstract

 

With the quick development of technology in education there has come a fervent need for applying different assessment techniques regularly whether formative or summative ones. Yet what kind of assessment should we use? Thus I would to help the attendees to work with me online through their mobiles or ipads to share in applying different apps to see how easy it is to use them and apply them at their schools. 

 

 

Session Objectives

 

By the end of these sessions, the participants would be able to:

**  Understand the idea of Assessment, its types and kinds

** Know how to apply  Assessment inside/outside class with the least possible obstacles. 

**  Use different Technological Assessment Apps

**  Prepare their own Rubrics according to students' needs  

 

 

Target audience


Teachers whether novice or experienced ones, Teacher Trainers 

 

 


Syllabus 

 

Weekly Content

 

 

Week 1   (Jan 8-14, 2017)

After getting introduced and ice breaking. I will start by giving Critical Thinking Questions to open a discussion on Assessment. The Discussion would be the warm up to introduce kinds and types of Assessment. First the kinds of Assessment are to be introduced. Then an application on a lesson for Young Learners would take place about Shakespeare's life (link attached). After that the results would be analysed to deduct the types of Assessment through the work done. A sum up of the relation between the kinds and types of Assessment is to be introduced in the form of a mind map.  The teachers would be asked to do a similar exercise themselves at home and present it next time. (Pdfs of the worksheets attached on the sidebar )   http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/short-stories/william-shakespeare

 

 

Week 2  (Jan 15-21, 2017)

The main concepts of Assessment with the difference between kinds and types of Assessment would be revised once more. The Teachers would present the assignments done.  The idea of Rubrics would be introduced. Then once more an application would take place for a Teens and Adult Learners lesson.  These would then be revised against the previously introduced Mind Map.  A preliminary Rubrics would be formed together with the attendee teachers. The teachers would be asked to develop a Rubric on their own at home and present it next time. 

 

Week 3   (Jan 22-28, 2017)

Again a revision of all the previous work is to be done. The Assignment would be checked, then the preliminary Rubrics form  introduced last time would be developed into a good /reliable one. The attendees would be introduced to some technological Assessment tools/apps that can help them and their students whether inside or outside class. Two Apps would be introduced, namely Socrative and Kahoot, the details would be explained. Then the teachers would  get online with the Trainer and apply the two tools themselves and then analyse the work done using the types of Assessment previously introduced. The teachers would be asked to do an exercise themselves at home and present it next time. (slides for the two Apps was uploaded on the sidebar)

 

Week 4  (Jan 29-Feb 4, 2017)

The same steps of Week 3 would be followed here as well after checking the assignments done. These would be followed by the introduction of two more complicated Web tools, namely Wiki and Edmodo. Again the attendee teachers would be helped to open accounts on these two apps, have a tour through them. The teachers would be given an assignment to do a lesson or exercise or project through one of these tools and be ready to present it next time.  

 

 

Week 5  (Feb 5-11, 2017)

The final assignment would be checked and the teachers would present and discuss the projects prepared. The teachers would be asked to analyse two of the  lessons/projects presented (to be chosen by the trainer) according to the kinds and types of Assessment explained. This would be followed by a sum up for the work done all through the month with an analysis of the advantages and disadvantages deducted. Conclusions would be finally stated. More Discussions would be encouraged on Moodle 4 Teachers platform. 


Session Communication Tools

Moodle 4 Teachers  

 

The attendees will be introduced to  SOCRATIVE.COM  Kahoot.com  Zaption.com  Chatzy, Today’s meet, Ning, Google Docs, Google Forms  One Note class Notebook ---- Microsoft  Cambridge English – Write and Improve (Beta)  Edmodo  Class Dojo  Wiki.com  Plickers.com  

We will work online on some of them 

 


Potential Sponsors

We have no sponsors so far, but I can try to win the support of Tesol : Teacher Education and Video and Digital Media Interest Groups. I can also try with IATEFL: Learning Technologies, and Teacher Training and Education. I have had some professional relations with a number of IATEFL SIGs 

 


 

Join this session

 

 

 

The action starts on Jan 8, 2017.

 

To join this group:      

 

From January 1st:

 

  1. Go to:  https://moodle4teachers.org/course/view.php?id=136
  2. Login after watching this video: https://youtu.be/yXvmJcKCm2Y

  

 

 

 


 


Moderators

 

Name (last, first)

Email address

Location (country of residence)

Biodata (not more than 50 words)  

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Hassan, Maha maha.professionaltrainer@gmail.com Egypt Maha Hassan is the founder/Ceo of Maha ESL Community. She is also Head of English Dept. at the Arab Academy for Training Technology. She aims at helping teachers believe in, achieve and sustain Professional Development.  She has been working as a Teacher Trainer for more than 15 years.  She has given presentations at many International Conferences.She also had a paper on teaching Adults published on Howtolearn.com . You can get access to this article through her blog: teachingenglishcafe.blogspot.com/ as well as two articles on Nile Tesol Newsletter.  

 

 

Nellie Deutsch

nellie.muller.deutsch@gmail.com

Canada

Nellie Deutsch (Ed.D)(see Bio) is an EFL teacher and teacher trainer. She coaches teachers and admin on how to teach with and manage Moodle courses and websites. She's an instructional designer and facilitator of fully online and blended learning programs using Moodle, WizIQ, Adobe Connect, Congrea (on Moodle), ZOOM, Google drive, Sceencast--o-matic, Wikieducator, YouTube, Vimeo, Knovio, and active learning presentation tools that focus on teaching as a way to learn.

ElWakeel, Aya

 

ayahssm@gmail.com

Egypt  Aya is a Teacher Trainer Assistant and is a graduate of the Faculty of Arts, English Dept., Ain Shams University. She is also a 3D Animator working at Full Moon Studio, Egypt.   

 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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