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Technology-Assisted Assessment Inquiry Part 1. Mary Kate Saunders TEC546. Objective: After discussing processes for separating mixtures, students will determine the best process for a given mixture. Content Standards: SC State Standards

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Objective: After discussing processes for separating mixtures, students will determine the best process for a given mixture
  • Content Standards: SC State Standards

Sci5-4.3 Summarize the characteristics of a mixture, recognizing a solution as a kind of mixture.

Sci5-4.4 Use the processes of filtration, sifting, magnetic attraction, evaporation, chromatography, and floatation to separate mixtures.

  • Goal: After participating in a Notebook 10 interactive lesson including clicker response questions, students will determine the best process for separating given mixtures.
  • Student Objective: Today we will discuss different processes for separating mixtures. After the lesson, you will choose the best process for separating a given mixture.
abstract of the lesson
Abstract of the Lesson
  • The teacher will begin the lesson by reviewing the term “mixture” and asking students to brainstorm ways different types of mixtures could be separated. The students will use Think-Pair-Share to create the list.
  • The class will discuss the results of the brainstorming, justifying choices.
  • The teacher will present a Notebook 10 lesson on the selected processes of filtration, sifting, magnetic attraction, evaporation and flotation and how each would best be used to separate a mixture. Throughout the lesson, Senteo response clickers will be used to check for understanding using anonymous mode, giving instant feedback and lending to discussion.
  • Following the lesson, a Senteo response assessment will be given in the class mode. Results will be shown on the clicker after each student has completed his results and the class results will be exported to an Excel spreadsheet for data.
technology tool for assessment
Technology Tool for Assessment
  • I will be using the Senteo response system with clickers to both informally check for understanding with instant feedback during the lesson and to assess student comprehension of the data through a multiple-choice assessment. The assessment will give students their grade and show what responses were missed upon individual completion. Class results will be exported to an Excel spreadsheet for data. The results will also be saved to the Notebook 10 document for review as a class.
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