STEP 3: Digital Assessment Discussion

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Deferred Feedback
by BPS Facilitator - Tuesday, 17 January 2017, 7:59 PM
 

After completing the (Deferred Feedback) Quiz, please share your ideas on when you might use something like this in your own class.  

  • How might asynchronous access to this type of assessment add value to your teaching?
  • What types of applications beyond "traditional testing" might this have?
  • How might you use the Data from this type of Assessment?

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Re: Deferred Feedback
by Katie Riccio - Tuesday, 26 July 2016, 2:56 PM
 

I feel this might be a good way to measure what students know and build confidence after using other methods such as immediate feedback and multiple tries. This might be good to use during summative and summative practice. This also might be good to use for a pre-test when you are just gathering knowledge. If you find out students are already competent with a concept, you can move more quickly through that concept. 

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Re: Deferred Feedback
by Pamela Vukelic - Friday, 5 August 2016, 7:35 AM
 

I like the idea of using this as a pre-test with the potential of moving through particular topics more quickly.

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Re: Deferred Feedback
by Pamela Vukelic - Friday, 5 August 2016, 11:02 AM
 

Asynchronous access is the norm in my "classroom." It is something the students value as it affords them independence. One challenge is that it also may give the students the opportunity to easily share answers. If this results in discussion, even arguments, between the students it is an enhancement to the learning process. 

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Re: Deferred Feedback
by Gina Phillips - Tuesday, 9 August 2016, 3:31 PM
 

I like the idea of using this quiz type as a pre-test or baseline. It is quick, you simply want a snapshot of what they know at that time. It seems like a good way to gather formative data.

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Re: Deferred Feedback
by Tiffany Fitzgerald - Monday, 28 November 2016, 11:05 PM
 

Looking at all the different possibilities of how to create these quizzes, I feel that the Deferred would be great for a summative.  The Immediate feedback, Interactive, and Adaptive seem better suited to be used as formatives so they can learn from their mistakes and acquire the correct answer through some trial and error.  The CBM I think could be used for both formative and summative.  I really like the component of how certain they are on the answer.  This also helps in their reflection process.