Web 2.0 Digital Tools for Assessment

 

This presentation will highlight how various free or low-cost Web 2.0 tools can be used at the elementary level (K-6) with diverse learners as a form of assessment of student learning. Participants will also see how certain Web 2.0 tools enable teachers to easily follow Universal Design for Learning for instruction and assessment. Examples will be given of how they are being used in elementary classrooms and resources will be shared so that participants will be able to use these resources in their own classrooms on Monday!

 

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CAUTION: DON'T PUT THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE!!

 

Identify the standard you want to meet and THEN

Identify the technology that will help you and your students demonstrate mastery of that standard.

 

For suggestions on how you can help your students create more robust digital projects, read this brief article from ISTE:

Where's the Beef? Adding Rigor to Student Digital Products

 

Universal Design for Learning

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List your ideas or questions on the backchannel for today's session:

http://todaysmeet.com/OPWebTools