Can use a wide variety of mobile devices and of mobile apps for capturing student learning, analyzing it, providing feedback, and recognizing learning success.
Identify the specific learning goal
Have QR codes for exemplars that students can refer to anytime during the learning process
Pre-assess with mobile device: Need data to go to one location for analysis
Monitor and collect student data: Transform non-data activities such as texting into data ones. Constant monitoring of students. Daily/weekly review of data. Mobile device spreadsheet of students’ scores
Use formative assessment: In-class performance tasks and short quizzes
Provide feedback: QR code to New strategy to overcome learning gap; Differentiate in strategies
Peer assess: While doing task on app or after learning task
Self assess: See progress and evaluate how to become better
Use Eportfolio: Wiki Edmodo ….
Celebrate successful learning
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My modern language blogs are now at http://bit.ly/imprml
I have developed many Spanish activities that allow students to begin to express themselves and to begin to move toward spontaneous speaking as in a natural conversation at Teacherspayteachers: http://bit.ly/tpthtuttle
My three formative assessment books, Formative Assessment: Responding to Your Students, Successful Student Writing Through Formative Assessment, and Improving Foreign Language Speaking Through Formative Assessment, are available at http://is.gd/tbook