Ba Year 1 Session 6 Acti Vote 09 10 Student

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Published on November 17, 2009

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A New Form of Assessment A good place to start……. ACTIVote

High achievers - Some children feel that by continually putting their hand up they are ‘showing off’. Low achievers and nervous children – might be worried about giving an incorrect answer and being humiliated. Pupils find that using a voting pod is fun and far less scary than putting your hand up. Too lazy or disinterested - Teachers find that voting pods are stimulating and motivate reluctant workers. Why not all children will want to put their hand up……

High achievers - Some children feel that by continually putting their hand up they are ‘showing off’.

Low achievers and nervous children – might be worried about giving an incorrect answer and being humiliated. Pupils find that using a voting pod is fun and far less scary than putting your hand up.

Too lazy or disinterested - Teachers find that voting pods are stimulating and motivate reluctant workers.

Teacher makes (or downloads) a flipchart. Each child is given a voting pod. Teacher asks or shows the questions which require a response. Learners choose and ‘click’ their answer on the handset. Responses instantly analysed and displayed on IWB. Teachers can export the information to other programs. How Do They Work?

Teacher makes (or downloads) a flipchart.

Each child is given a voting pod. Teacher asks or shows the questions which require a response.

Learners choose and ‘click’ their answer on the handset.

Responses instantly analysed and displayed on IWB.

Teachers can export the information to other programs.

As direct feedback for the teacher Multiple-choice voting can be used to prompt learners to think about the material being studied It could be used as part of a game approach to revision Learners could be asked to vote without thinking about their answer too long, then discuss their answer in pairs. Voting can be used in a number of ways:

As direct feedback for the teacher

Multiple-choice voting can be used to prompt learners to think about the material being studied

It could be used as part of a game approach to revision

Learners could be asked to vote without thinking about their answer too long, then discuss their answer in pairs.

The whole class can interact with the IWB Assessment becomes enjoyable – painless and paperless. Teachers and learners are provided with immediate feedback – involves children in self-assessment Instant feedback on your students' understanding allows the focus to be changed mid-lesson to ensure no child is left behind. Stimulus for debate on subjective issues. Reluctant learners can be motivated to respond Spontaneous opinion gathering Cross curricular High levels of literacy are not required (especially if questions are read aloud). Helpful for your summative assessment in the form of end of unit tests. Useful for formative assessments and checking pupils' understanding throughout a lesson Valuable for collecting information about a group for data handling purposes. Benefits

The whole class can interact with the IWB

Assessment becomes enjoyable – painless and paperless.

Teachers and learners are provided with immediate feedback – involves children in self-assessment

Instant feedback on your students' understanding allows the focus to be changed mid-lesson to ensure no child is left behind.

Stimulus for debate on subjective issues.

Reluctant learners can be motivated to respond

Spontaneous opinion gathering

Cross curricular

High levels of literacy are not required (especially if questions are read aloud).

Helpful for your summative assessment in the form of end of unit tests.

Useful for formative assessments and checking pupils' understanding throughout a lesson

Valuable for collecting information about a group for data handling purposes.

http://www.glos.ac.uk/ceal/pedagogictoolsguides/activote.cfm   http://education.guardian.co.uk/evaluate/story/0,,1525979,00.html   http://inclusion.ngfl.gov.uk/index.php?brsList=6&brsOpts=44&ri=4&ti=114&i=121&sessionId=d71b5d9475d6283a278171cfbc8e7c42   http://www.virtuallearning.org.uk/changemanage/iwb/Impact%20of%20IWB.pdf   (look at “ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING" SECTION)  http://www.evaluation.icttestbed.org.uk/files/p45_activote_assessment.pdf   http://www.mypromethean.com/uk/server/show/nav.1689 http://tlfe.org.uk/promethean/flipcharts.htm http://www.shambles.net/pages/staff/IWBcontent/ http://www.btinternet.com/~tony.poulter/IWBs/resources.htm Useful Links

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