This Digital Differentiation model is my example of weaving a web of flexible tools together for teaching and learning. To keep the model relevant, frequent updates are required, as new tools and trends emerge.
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Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Update 3.3.13:Try Flubaroo to automate and add functionality to the GoogleDocs Self-Grading Quiz.
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-------------------------------------------------The GoogleDocs Form is an efficient way for teachers to collect small pieces of information because it automatically displays the information in a spreadsheet. Teachers can add formulas to those spreadsheets to create multiple-choice quizzes that grade themselves. Since a form can be linked or embedded into a website, wiki or blog, students do not need email accounts to take a quiz. The form works well on any portable computing device or full-blown computer which makes it perfect for use as an Exit Ticket at the end of a lesson. One simple 3-5 question Exit Ticket Quiz has at least three great uses.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Last fall Wikispaces added a new feature to the free education version of their collaborative website platform called Projects. Designed specifically for classroom use, this new feature has streamlined the process of organizing and implementing collaborative projects by allowing wiki organizers to set aside designated space for project based team work. With the push a button, wiki organizers now have the ability to setup a project, assign students to teams, control editing and viewing privileges for each team space, and utilize templates created specifically for that project. Basically, the Projects feature allows organizers to create a wiki within a wiki!