Monday, July 9, 2012

Live at ISTE! Using Visuals to Deepen Learning in Assessments

Here's the video I promised of our poster session at ISTE 2012 in San Diego, "Using Visual to Deepen Learning in Assessments."  Ericka Pitman starts off describing our project, and then I explain Q-charts and some of the other tools, although my name was omitted from the description. If you look carefully you might catch a glimpse of Michelle Wendt in the background talking to another visitor to the booth - unfortunately she wasn't on camera, which is a shame because she's an awesome presenter.  Amy Ackerman had to be elsewhere but is also part of this project.

Here's the link in case you need it: Using Visuals to Deepen Learning in Assessments - ISTE 2012

You can learn more about using visuals (photos, graphics, charts, art, and so on ) in assessments at our wiki:
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