Assessment Case Study Idea

The Electric Educator

This year I have been using a student response system (SRS) to give quizzes to my students each Friday. I have been fairly pleased with the performance of the system. The neat thing about the system is that it provides instant feedback to students.

Give me some credit, please! (Exploring plagiarism through a series of clever case studies by Jen)


Her GoAnimate videos are deceptively simple, but they are packed with nuance and provocative questions and they address the issue systemically. Jen describes the thinking behind the workshop: As a social studies teacher, students’ plagiarism was always an issue for me.

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New, SIMPLIFIED, Student Portfolio System (or "feeling the fear of not being 'innovative' enough this year")


I reflected on the lack of improved student metacognition despite my enhanced portfolio systems, and student comments such as "Do we have to do another portfolio post. Nobody is going to look at your Google Slides!

New, SIMPLIFIED, Student Portfolio System (or "feeling the fear of not being 'innovative' enough this year")

Cycles of Learning

I reflected on the lack of improved student metacognition despite my enhanced portfolio systems, and student comments such as "Do we have to do another portfolio post. Nobody is going to look at your Google Slides!

Increasing Student Participation During Zoom Synchronous Teaching Meetings

User Generated Education

In this case, I inform the Breakout Groups to decide on a spokesperson or two to report to the whole group. To discuss a real life scenario or case study. This can be done in a jigsaw strategy whereby different groups are given different case studies. Google Form.

Online Teaching Reflection: Day 24

Cycles of Learning

I have been using Google Forms (as I have rambled on and on about) for formative assessment, and for weekly summative assessments, doing a similar thing to my colleague mentioned above. Is there a way I could do case study analysis in chemistry?

Dixon Public Schools Uses New Websites to Engage Community, Do More With Less

Gaggle Speaks

Whenever I talk to technology leaders at smaller school districts, a consistent theme comes up: They face similar challenges of school systems ten times their size, yet have to confront them with much smaller staffs.

Moving Instructional Technology in the Right, and Safe, Direction

Gaggle Speaks

The largest school system in the state of Arkansas needed a way to reduce the often-lengthy process of monitoring online student behavior. Providing a safe forum for students to collaborate and share ideas had been a challenge at Little Rock School District.

Giving Students a Safe Way to Ask for Help

Gaggle Speaks

Students using the system to purposefully alert adults of possible situations. One particular student who feared retaliation if they reported a situation directly decided instead to write something inappropriate in a Google doc, knowing that the platform would catch it.

Addressing Schools’ Concerns About Moving Email to the Cloud

Gaggle Speaks

Charles Community Unit School District 303, a high-achieving school system located 40 miles west of Chicago, needed a way to add some district controls around how messages were filtered, monitored and archived. Gaggle’s hosted backup and archiving product, combined with Safety Management for Google Apps , solved this problem by providing the district one solution to address all of its concerns. After moving its email to the cloud, St.

Turn any exisiting PC or Mac into fully functional Chromebook - for free!

Educational Technology Guy

Neverware, a startup that has developed a software product, CloudReady , in partnership with Google, which turns almost any computer from the last 8 years into a full-fledged Chromebook. Follow me on Twitter and Google+.

Can EdTech enable Social Emotional Learning (SEL)?


A fascinating case study involving one of California’s largest and poorest school districts Fresno Unified School District involves the smart use of data to understand the social and emotional challenges facing their students.

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Knowing the Unknown: Monitoring to Keep Students Safe

Gaggle Speaks

Today’s digital native students have a knack for circumventing rules, blocks, and other systems put in place for their own good, which left many feeling uneasy. “We Read the case study to learn more about how Yorkville CUSD 115 keeps students safe using Gaggle.

Why new technologies often don’t help students

The Christensen Institute

Initially, steam-powered factories organized equipment based on its proximity to a central steam engine, which powered the equipment through a branching system of axles, pulleys, gears, and crankshafts. It’s easy to get caught up in the allure of new technologies.

3 Ways AR works in real-life classrooms


Can school IT and WiFi systems (not to mention budgets) sustain the relatively high demands of AR? To look at these critiques from a real-world perspective, I went hunting for case studies (one of my favorite things to do). Here’s what I found: Google Expeditions AR.

GoGuardian Develops a New AI-Enabled Cloud Filter for K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

For the School District of Lee County in Florida, administrators used GoGuardian’s cloud infrastructure to manage over 22,000 Chromebooks across 93 schools, according to a case study. . GoGuardian Develops a New AI-Enabled Cloud Filter for K–12 Schools. eli.zimmerman_9856.

Twelve Years Later: What’s Really Changed in the K-12 Sector? (Part 1)


In fall 2007, Larry Berger, CEO of Wireless Generation (now Amplify) was invited to submit a paper to an “Entrepreneurship in Education” working group led by Rick Hess, the director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute. At the time, Wireless Generation was expanding from its roots in K-3 reading assessment into new areas: intervention, professional development, and data systems. Of course, not all schools and school systems implement core curriculum.

3 Things I'm Proud of This Week: Explosive Disposal. A Few Good Men

Cycles of Learning

I am interested in how challenging students to simulate the explosive disposal process (we use the VEX V5 system ) helps to build empathy for the risks various service providers face when working to protect our society.

Teaching Computational Thinking: In practice


Try computational thinking methods with your students in building a solar system, understanding ancient Greek architecture or getting to grips with the plot of The Lord of the Flies. Try this free online course on computational thinking for educators from Google.

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Resources for Using Edmodo in the Classroom

Educational Technology Guy

Edmodo is a learning management system. Follow me on Twitter and Google+. Edmodo is a great resource for teachers, students, and parents, allowing communication, collaboration and sharing. It has forums, messages, files, calendar, and more to create an online presence for your class.

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One Teacher’s Year Inside the World’s Largest Library


Listen to this week’s podcast on Apple Podcasts , Overcast , Spotify , Stitcher , Google Play Music , or wherever you listen to podcasts, or use the player below. I taught there for 19 years, and taught pretty much anything that would keep me employed within social studies.

What life before edtech can teach us about personalized learning

The Christensen Institute

This is unsurprising given the enormous uptick in online courses and technology tools in K–12 schools nationwide, not to mention the promise that technology holds to dismantle barriers to access and experience that have plagued the education system for years.

Teachers are managers—so let’s give them the tools to manage

The Christensen Institute

For any manager, numbers like these are daunting—and having the right systems in place to manage effectively can make all the difference. As students got used to the system and built endurance, she lengthened the work sprints to 35 minutes each. Good management is hard.

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Learning to Learn – From Sabba Quidwai


Prior to endocrinology, the modules focus predominantly on one system, however endocrinology requires them to integrate both new and baseline information from the multiple systems they have studied thus far. Learning to Learn: Self Assessment Through Patient Case Studies.

Passwords, Permissions and Student Data—How One District Got Account Provisioning Right


But the seams really start to show when access to online resources is stalled by cumbersome sign-on systems, Valenzisi says. One of the things that appealed to the district is that the platform is based on OneRoster , an open standard that governs the sharing of student data among different educational systems, such as an LMS or digital content platform. Case Study: Clay County School District.

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Investing in leadership capacity: The amazing, wonderful District 59

Dangerously Irrelevant

both positive and negative) – Organizational self-assessment – Getting set up with our new Google+ community. So powerful to work collaboratively with table mates to plan a unit of study.

A Single Sign-On Platform Revolutionized How This District Uses Tech—and Saved $120,000


Now students are using Google Classroom. They’re using robotics software, animation software, Google Drawings, Microsoft One Note. Case Study: Technology director rallies behind SSO at 3 NY districts. “A ball of crazy!”

Disruptive innovations in higher ed emerging from outside mainstream

The Christensen Institute

Combined with competency-based learning—in which students progress upon true mastery of their learning, not because of an arbitrary time-based measure— there is a big opportunity to transform our higher education system into a more affordable, student-centered one that is able to serve many more students. In many cases, this just-in-time education is offering learning opportunities that would not even be available on many traditional campuses.

Active Learning in the Math Classroom


Students might learn through games, projects, debates, talking with peers, case studies, just-in-time teaching, or short demonstrations followed by class discussion. PHS teacher Jeff Rose introduces Google Classroom and Padlet to make students’ thinking more visible.

2016 Global Education Conference - Day One!

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Sunday, November 13th ( US-Eastern Time ) 12:30pm Welcome 1:00pm KEYNOTE: Jonathan Rochelle (Google) 2:00pm iEARN Welcome Classrooms without Borders: A Teacher's Guide to International Collaborative Projects - Philip J.

AV that Makes the Grade


Here is a sample of case studies that illustrate how AV can turn K-12 spaces into student-driven hubs. Jacob Bowser, IT operations manager for Castleberry ISD, explained that the new BenQ system is easy to use for both teachers and students.

Today - "Learning Through National Parks" + This Week's Presentations at the Learning Revolution Online Daily Education Conference #learningrevolution

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

This is the first in a series of webinars at presenting case studies and research findings from a new book, America’s Largest Classroom: What We Learn from Our National Parks (U. High School 6:00 PM - Creating a Virtual Learning Commons in Google Sites: Session 3 of 3 with Aaron G.

S'Cool Tools, Teacher Voice Edition: IXL, Brightspace, Tales2Go


If you’d like to be featured in our S’Cool Tools column, click here to leave your very own Teacher Case Study. Valerie: I was not involved in the decision making process but can assume that our system moving in a world class way with the ever changing technology. I use D2L and our system eClass to post resources, classroom calendar of events, discussion posts and online assessments. The system actually works pretty well as a Learning Management System.

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Real Questions About Artificial Intelligence in Education


It’s how Google solved the AlphaGo challenge. We can take note of say, if one person’s stronger in math, how can the system identify the challenge, and then open it up to teachers so they can be better tutors for their students? If you’re going to slap on the AI label, then I want to know more: Are you talking about supervised symbolic system? Don’t doubt it: Machine learning is hot—and getting hotter.

Think universities are making lots of money from inventions? Think again

The Hechinger Report

So the professor of chemistry and systems biology at Stanford University’s School of Medicine took a leave of absence and started her own company to further test and potentially commercialize the drug.