Breakout Presentation

Presented by

Alexandra Meyer
STEM Coordinator, Ashdale Secondary College

 

There is a growing need to support teachers of Applied Information Technology as the syllabus is updated and technology is fast changing.

Older course outlines and assessments lose their currency and relevance to the teacher’s interests and school context. Using Bloom’s Taxonomy for assessment design is a useful methodology for constructing

Using Bloom’s Taxonomy for assessment design is a useful methodology for constructing short answer, extended answer and scenario questions.

Sample questions and teaching techniques will be discussed in this session.

 

Intended Audience

Those interested in STEM,  Senior Secondary (10 – 12)

 

About the Presenter:

Alexandra Myer is the Secondary School STEM Coordinator at Ashdale Secondary College and a Design and Digital Technologies Teacher.

Her interests include curriculum design, fostering authentic learning experiences and cultivating innovative practice of ICT in teaching in learning.

She has extensive experience in the design of unit plans, assessment tasks and learning tasks to facilitate a stimulating learning environment.

Alexandra believes in the power of transformative teaching to guide students into becoming 21st Century learners.

 

Connect with Alexandra Myer

@alexmyer

 

Join Alexandra Meyer at the ECAWA 2017 State Conference at ECU Mount Lawley.

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