Teaching with Tech 1.28.11

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Teaching with Tech 1.28.11

Teaching with TechnologyJanuary 28, 2011

Through PLCs, teachers are participating in a study of formative assessments. Below are just a few of the tech tools you can use for formative assessments in your classroom. If you are using other tech tools for formative assessments, please share them in PLCs!**Google Docs Forms - Click here to see examples of Google Docs forms for the classroom.**www.wallwisher.com - Students post sticky note responses on an online bulletin board. **Photo Story - Students can post pictures of work samples and use text or narration to explain what they learned.**Senteos / Optivotes / SMART Response LE clickers**School Fusion - Use Discussion Topics to have students blog responses to questions or discussion starters.**Glogster - Students can use text, images, and graphics to represent what they know as well as upload videos, podcasts, and attachments.

Spotlight on Instruction: Tech Tools for Formative Assessments

Click here to check out Memorize.com. Create interactive maps, diagrams, tables, & images to use as study tools. Browse pages that others have created to get ideas for your own interactive learning tools, and edit them to make them fit your needs. Easy-to-use wizards will help you quickly & easily create your own learning tools. Share study tools you've created simply by posting the link on your classroom web page. No sign up required!

Click here to learn more about the Doodle 4 Google student contest.

Jayme LintonInstructional Technology FacilitatorStaff Development Coordinatorjayme_linton@nccs.k12.nc.ushttp://tr.im/nccsinsttech

Our Learn360 subscription will not be renewed for the 2011-12 school year. All videos are downloadable, which means you can save them and use them next year. I encourage you to save the videos you want to use before our subscription expires.


Click here for Learn 360

Click here to see how Mr. Dragstrem uses Wallwisher.



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