I am excited to have completed my Formative Assessment Design and am eager to begin using this assessment in my practice as a Technology Integration Specialist. Within the explanation above, you will find a clear connection between my instruction and the assessment I have designed. I also walk through how I would administer the assessment and the instructions that would be shared with the learners. I elaborate on how I would provide feedback within the context of this assessment and how that feedback will benefit the learning process. The assessment utilizes digital tools and my rationale for incorporating them is outlined. Overall, I supported my design with assessment theory and research that connects to my own personal teaching context.
Technology Integration Growth Plan Assessment
Technology Integration Growth Plan Documentation
This week I created an assessment for the online course module that I am designing for administrators called Innovative Leadership. I needed to design some assessments that would measure the objectives for the first module of the course. The first module of the course is focused on increasing communication using Google Tools. Because of this objective and because the administrators that the course is designed for are part of a Google Apps for Education school district, I chose to use Google Classroom for my content management system.
The assessment itself is a portfolio artifact submission and reflection created using Google Forms. The purpose, audience, professional standards, and more details about this assessment are viewable in the following screencast: http://www.showme.com/sh/?h=mblc0ae
To illustrate the versatility of a simple digital tool like Google Forms in regards to assessment FOR learning, assessment AS learning and assessment OF learning, I have created the infographic below: Doing More with Google Forms.
Click here for the interactive version of this infographic.