Presented by Ashleigh Britt of St Joseph’s School, Boulder – RESOURCES ADDED
This presentation will explore how online survey platforms can be used as effective forms of assessment.
Focussing particularly on Google Forms and Socrative, we will be looking at how each of the platforms can be used for all three types of assessment: diagnostic, formative and summative.
While examining each of these platforms we will also delve into the importance of using a range of different assessment forms and types to inform good teaching and learning.
The second half the session will be spent developing a functional assessment task using either Socrative or Google Forms. Focussing on the principles of good assessment, you will be able to design a task ready for use with your students upon your return to school.
Intended Audience: All those concerned with Primary and Middle School
Ashleigh has made a copy of her slides available for you to view: 16 AB ECAWA Survey Platforms for Assessment
About the Presenter:
Ashleigh Britt is a Primary classroom teacher in her third year working at St Joseph’s School, Boulder – the Kalgoorlie Goldfields. She is currently teaching Year Four and is the Key Teacher of Digital Learning Technologies. Ashleigh’s classroom is contemporary, with 1:1 BYOD iPads.
This is Ashleigh’s second year as Key Teacher and she has a natural affinity for technology. She is passionate about its effective integration into learning and teaching, and she is released from her class for two hours a week to work with other staff and their classes to developing their confidence to use technology.
Ashleigh believes in the enormous capabilities of technology to increase student engagement and to allow previously impossible opportunities for redefinition of learning.
Follow Ashleigh on Twitter: @britta238
Join Ashleigh Britt at the ECAWA 2016 State Conference at ECU Mount Lawley.