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Emma Hughes. Digital Learning and Online Assessment. Main areas of focus:. Creation of new digital and interactive resources (often from existing/outdated hard copies) Online tutorials/videos Methods of online assessment Organisation of resources. Digital Tools. Flash animations

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Emma hughes

Emma Hughes

Digital Learning and Online Assessment


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Main areas of focus:

  • Creation of new digital and interactive resources (often from existing/outdated hard copies)

  • Online tutorials/videos

  • Methods of online assessment

  • Organisation of resources


Digital tools

Digital Tools

  • Flash animations

  • Interactive PDFs and portfolios

  • Hyperlinked PowerPoints

  • SmartBoard sequences

  • Vimeo

  • LAMs

  • Quia


Storage of notes

Storage of Notes

  • Microsoft OneNote

  • Logical storage

  • Can be added to later

  • Can be saved as PDF and emailed to teacher for checking

  • Can easily clip and add files/you tube videos/ extra questions/thoughts

  • Intuitive to use


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Easy to share, organise and email to students

Ensures syllabus/ topic is completely covered


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These students had all had dot point named notes and resources


Tutorials

Tutorials

  • Short video tutorials online

  • Used for foundation skills eg molar calculations, balancing equations or unfamiliar practicalseg ticker timers

  • Ability to allocate a password so only certain groups of students can access


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Interactive PDFs

PROS

Easy to convert existing resources

Can automatically generate fields to enter responses

Can add extra text boxes/edit content

Good for:

Keywords

Cloze passages

Simple question answer

Longer response

Completing tables of results

CONS

Issues with saving/crashing

Font sizes and scrolling from automatic form fields

Not always good for

scientific drawings


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Interactive fields to fill – allows for mistakes and retrial


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Simple labeling of diagrams


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Quia

PROS

Saves on marking

Quizzes can be edited/reused Classes can be graded and data analysed to inform teaching

Option to teacher mark sections and give feedback

Good for:

Keywords/short answer

Cloze passages

Multiple choice

DIFFERENTIATION

CONS

Can be time consuming to create

Uploading images clunky

Pure text, no symbols

Immediate feedback not always useful

Not great for

longer response


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  • Class lists:

  • Upload from excel

  • Email

  • Grade

  • Usernames and passwords


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Simple question creation – multiple choice


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Simple interface for students

With/without immediate feedback


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Grading function allows weaknesses in teaching to be identified


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LAMS

PROS

Students can take many pathways

Frees up teacher to be facilitator

Students enjoy discussion forum and variety of activities

Flexibility

Student-centred at own pace

Teacher monitoring and feedback

Portfolio downloadable

CONS

Clunky interface

Limited activities

Time consuming for one lesson sequences


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Author workspace helps you design sequences


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Range of activities to allow interactive student-centred learning


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Student view allows step by step progress through activities


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Monitor view allows teacher to follow students progress


Differentiation and assessment

Differentiation and Assessment

Branched activities to allow students to move on to tasks which better match ability based on eg multiple choice quiz at previous stage

All responses from eg forums/quizzes can be fed back to teacher via monitor page or email

Students can upload documents for checking and assessment


Digital learning m ajor advantages

Digital learningMajor advantages

  • Promotes independent learning

  • Learning is fluid

  • Differentiated pathways

  • Quick data analysis

  • Digital notes can be added to, consolidated and amended

  • Sustainable (huge photocopying reduction)


Digital learning things to consider

Digital learningThings to consider

  • Encourage HAND WRITTEN study notes

  • HSC style/examination questions handwritten and practised regularly

  • Certain areas eg chemical structures/scientific drawings still need to be paper based

  • Balance between digital and written


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