Documenting Learning

User Generated Education

Reflection within the maker movement and maker education can occur through a process of documenting learning. Documenting learning can take on many forms: writing a blog. As I’ve discussed in numerous posts, I am an experiential educator.

Documenting and Reflecting on Learning

User Generated Education

Documenting Learning. Silvia Tolisano sees documenting learning as: a process of intentional documenting serves a metacognitive purpose. being open for feedback ( Documenting FOR Learning ). Blogging as a Form of Documenting Learning and Reflection.

Document Student Growth with Portfolios

Teacher Reboot Camp

“How you climb a mountain is more important than reaching the top.” – Yvon Chouinard. Digital portfolios are one of the most powerful ways my students take ownership of their learning and reflect on their learning journeys. Digital portfolios help students set, track, and achieve their academic learning goals. Check out several of my students’ reflective portfolios here.

How To Document A Science Investigation Using Google Keep.


Have a look at a video we took: How did the class document the experiment? Recently, my class did a science experiment, where we explored how rain falls. In short, you put shaving foam (the cloud) on top of a cup of water and drop food colouring onto it.

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Shakespeare Documented


One way to celebrate this significant commemoration is to explore Shakespeare Documented , the largest and most authoritative resource for learning about primary sources surrounding the life and career of William Shakespeare.

5 Tips for Designing Course Documents


Here towards the end of the semester, I’m thinking about all of the different kinds of documents I’ve seen left behind on or near the departmental photocopier over the past 15 weeks. And I’ve developed some … opinions about how such documents could be improved.

Ongoing Self-Assessments: Students Reflect On and Document Their Progress

Catlin Tucker

My co-teachers and I designed an ongoing self-assessment document that we share with our students each grading period to guide their reflections on their progress and skill development.

TitanPad - free, simple online document collaboration

Educational Technology Guy

TitanPad is a free tool for collaborative writing on a single document. It is simple and easy to use and requires no sign in or login to create a public document., You can create a private document with a free account.

4 Tech Tools for Photo Documentation

Brilliant or Insane

The post 4 Tech Tools for Photo Documentation appeared first on Brilliant or Insane. Brilliant or Insane. I fell in love with photography the year we took our kids to Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.

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Digital Dashboard Document

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

So, to get things started, I created a Digital Dashboard Google Document on which my students will see what sites we will be using consistently, the rationale for using that site, and have an area in which they will type in login information not their actual password, but hints or clues in case they forget. This year I am trying a more transparent and strategic approach to my technology integration.

Sutori: Documenting Student Process & Work Through a Timeline @SutoriApp #edtech


In this post, I wanted to share how Sutori can be used to help students document their work throughout a project, to create a final presentation, or to create a timeline of events. How are you having students document their process as they work through projects, labs, and papers?

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Redefining annotation: Ditch That PDF and hyper-annotate

Ditch That Textbook

Ed Tech annotating pdfs in class annotating student documents marking up student documents student PDF activitiesLearning how to read and annotate text is an important skill all our students need to truly understand stories, articles, and *GULP* textbooks. This is a skill that can be learned over time. The hard reality of the situation, though, is most college level texts are now distributed in PDF or other digital formats for […].

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Why Teachers Should Digitally Document Evidence Of Learning

TeachThought - Learn better.

Why Teachers Should Digitally Document Evidence Of Learning contributed by Shelley Hudson For early elementary teachers, measuring student learning is especially challenging. The post Why Teachers Should Digitally Document Evidence Of Learning appeared first on TeachThought. Because educators don’t assign traditional grades to young learners, they have to take unique approaches to track student progress. - organize all of your documents in one place.

Educational Technology Guy is a new service that organizes all of your documents from your hard drive and cloud services (including email) into on system. You can search your documents via keyword, date, optical character recognition, tags, and document type.

Using @SutoriApp + @Flipgrid to Document & Reflect on Class Experience (Including Template) #edtech #stuvoice


With the release of Sutori’s new embed functionality , I had a chance to write a guest post on their site’s blog: Using @SutoriApp + @Flipgrid to Document & Reflect on Class Experience (Including Template).

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How To Document A Science Investigation Using Google Keep.


Have a look at a video we took: How did the class document the experiment? Recently, my class did a science experiment, where we explored how rain falls. In short, you put shaving foam (the cloud) on top of a cup of water and drop food colouring onto it.

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Google Drive: Star Your Documents

Teacher Tech

Star Documents in Your Google Drive Is your Google Drive a mess? Now that we have students doing digital work it gets extra muddy as our Google Drive also is full of student work with the same titles as our original documents. The post Google Drive: Star Your Documents appeared first on Teacher Tech. Star Anything You Will Come Back To One simple way to find things […]. Classroom Drive Google Intermediate classroom drive google

Cupper: A Tool for Creating Accessible Documentation


I recently stumbled across a tool for creating accessible documentation, and while I haven’t had a chance to experiment with it, I’ll be putting it on my list of things to test drive this summer. Read the documentation , or.

Voice Typing in Google Documents

Catlin Tucker

Last month, I was working on a Google Document and clicked “Tools.” Simply, click on “Voice typing” and a microphone will appear on the left side of your Google Document. Voice typing will turn your spoken words to text on the document.

Google Classroom: Create Group Documents

Teacher Tech

One request I am often asked about Google Classroom is how to create documents for small groups. If you create a copy of a document for each student then each group member receives a copy, which can be confusing.

Designing Engaging Course Documents with Piktochart


It’s sometimes a struggle to get students to carefully read course documents. As I prepared to teach our Technical Writing and Communication course this fall, I decided I wanted to emphasize document design and economy of language, two areas in which I felt my previous classes could improve.

Two Apps for Scanning Documents with your Smartphone

Educational Technology Guy

I''m one of those people who loves to be paperless and scan in any paper documents I have. I scan documents, posters, memos, receipts, business cards and more. Here are two apps that you can use for document scanning on your Smartphone, and they are both free.

Document Learning Made Visible with the Super Note App

Brilliant or Insane

The post Document Learning Made Visible with the Super Note App appeared first on Brilliant or Insane. Brilliant or Insane. This year, I’ve spent a good deal of time coaching students and teachers to make learning visible within and beyond their classrooms. This may sound easy, but it isn’t.

Efficient Documentation in Guided Groups with Google Forms & Tab Resize & Tab Glue

Inquire and Inspire

You need someway to document their progress. The challenge is that none of this documentation of observations and conversations can be easily and quickly sorted. assessment Chrome store documentation extensions google google forms tutorial workflow

Conceptboard - visual collaboration on ideas and documents

Educational Technology Guy

It is basically on online whiteboard that allows you to create, review and discuss ideas and concepts and you can even upload a document (PDF, PPT, Doc, images) and share, comment, and work on also.

Protecting Shared Documents in Google Drive

The Electric Educator

self-destruct mode) access and restrict re-shares, downloads, and copy of data from shared documents. To access these settings, share a document and click “advanced”. The document must be shared before you can set expiring access.

Using Google Forms to Streamline Feedback & Document Growth


A few weeks ago, I was on our New Jersey Google Educator’s Group (GEG:NJ) show called The Suite Talk hosted by Kim Mattina.

Adobe launches Document Cloud

eSchool News

Adobe recently announced Adobe Document Cloud, a new way to manage critical documents at home, in the office and across devices. Adobe Document Cloud will address the waste and inefficiency associated with document processes.

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Review: Epson DC-21 Document Camera Goes to the Next Level

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Classroom Document CamerasBy John Breeden II Epson latest projector incorporates video capabilities — smartly.

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Documenting Growth & Connecting Knowledge in #APCalculus Using @SutoriApp + @Flipgrid + @SocraticOrg #edtech


document how their understandings have grown. I asked students to use Sutori to document this work. In my AP Calculus course, I wanted students to look back on past work and connect it to new knowledge. Reflection is key to learning, and I wanted to create a project to help students strengthen their understanding of the relationships between “old” and “new” material.

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12 Great Tools to Create Engaging Activities Around Primary Source Documents

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Primary source documentsSeptember 8, 2017 DocsTeach is a great website that provides teachers and students access to thousands of primary sources that include things such as maps, videos, photographs, census records, more.

Google Docs: Find Document Details

Teacher Tech

Document Details New menu item in Google Docs (which includes Sheets, Slides, and Drawings) allows you to see when a document was created and what folder it is in. Folder Icon I find it very helpful to click on the folder icon next to the document title. This shows me what folder that document is […]. The post Google Docs: Find Document Details appeared first on Teacher Tech.

Google Classroom: Workflow for Creating Documents

Teacher Tech

Google Classroom makes it really easy to distribute documents to students. When attaching a template in Google Classroom as “Make a copy for each student” a document is created for each student with the same document title and appends the students name onto the title.

In the Hands of the Students: Document Cameras

Inquire and Inspire

This week we take a look at Document Cameras. Here''s where the Document Camera comes into play! Person #1: presents their work for feedback to Person #2 via the Document Camera, allowing the whole class to view the work sample.

Some Great iPad Apps for eSining Documents

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

June 24, 2015 After posting about the web-based tools you can use to sign online documents, today we are featuring a set of some useful iPad apps for the same purpose. iPad apps for esigning documentsThe apps provide a wide more.

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New Document on OER Strategy Document Released


This collaboratively-written document provides a concise analysis of where the global OER movement currently stands: what the common threads are, where the greatest opportunities and challenges lie, and how we can more effectively work together as a community. Ideas for this document came from across the OER community, following a 6-month drafting and feedback process. The document and full announcement can be found at [link].

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Visualize Your Document Changes with Draftback


It works with your Google Docs to track the changes you (or your students or collaborators or whoever) have made in the document and allows you to visualize them. I chose a collaboratively-written document that my students wrote last year.

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An Excellent Tool to Document Students Learning

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

May 29, 2017 One effective way to engage and motivate students is by helping them document their learning. Digital portfolios is the best way to do this. We have already reviewed several web more. digital portfolio tools

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Documenting Growth & Reflecting on Connections in #APCalculus Using @SutoriApp + @Flipgrid + @SocraticOrg


Since the start of the year, my AP Calculus students have been documenting growth, reflecting on new connections formed, and talking through learning strategies that have been working for them through Flipgrid reflections, corrections to homework, and in creating self-made study guides.

Plain Language and Inclusive Document Design


I’ve been doing a lot of thinking this month about making teaching documents of all kinds more accessible. Documentation does not need to be written in highly academic, obfuscatory language. Documentation needs to be written using words that are understood by your audience.

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