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I’m going to share with you ways in which we can fuse eTools into our Formative Assessment practices, so we have evidence of student progress and achievement to assist us in making an OTJ.
Mums agitator washing machine. Saturday morning was spent helping Mum put the washing through. There was a set process that we followed, and god help anyone who decided to get creative with that. It did the job; but not quite so well on the smelly shearing clothes; which had to be put through twice. Mum thought it was the bees knees for many years… until it started playing up. The water wouldn’t pump out from the tub and we would have to bucket it out. The wringer kept on getting stuck. It drew the morning out to a morning and half the afternoon, the clothes weren’t getting the proper wash they needed (yuck!), and What had served us well for so long was finally coming to the end of its days, and we knew we needed a change. So Mum and dad went to town in the trusty Landrover one day, and drove back up the driveway with this on the back…
A brand spanking new Fisher and Paykle top loading automatic washing machine! It had buttons and knobs that worked. We could load the clothes in and just leave it, and go and do other jobs; saving us time. We could even change the wash cycle to heavy for those smelly shearing clothes; so we got a better wash. It used less water, so we could have a hot shower at the end of the day. After mourning the loss of our old agitator, we began to realise that this indeed was the REAL BEEs KNEEs. And so, it was in fact what I like to call: Same, same but different. We were doing the same job, with the same sorts of clothes; but with a different machine and approach that gave us better outcomes all round. And so it is with assessment. We have the same sort of kids, same sorts of approaches; but with the advent of the NZC Standards and amazing technologies; things are slightly different; and with that comes the call for a different way of thinking.
So lets explore how we can integrate the use of technologies to capture evidence of student progress and achievement as a part of our formative assessment classroom practices
More suited for older students. Not going to venture into this too much… you can explore at own leisure
Maybe not do this???? They need to sign in
Use this for speeches.Get them to do a running record of text.
One pad per term for each student for daily writing; shows their progress.
Start at 7 seconds.
Need google QR maker site here
And just to add to the agitator story from the beginning of this presentation, Now that we had the BEES KNEES… I was still waiting for the NEXT best thing that would make my life easier… an electric potato peeler!!!