We have heard a lot over the last few weeks about collecting evidence of learning and achievement in our classrooms. I want to spend a little bit of time explaining how technology can help in collecting evidence. In our school we all Professional Development folders in which we need to keep various forms of evidence of our teaching. While the uploading of documents every time can seem like a cumbersome task there are ways around this that can make the process as painless as possible. I utilise Evernote to make it easy for me to upload documents from any device, anytime, anywhere. Also the possibilities of using Google tools to help collect evidence are virtually limitless. You could use Google to complete pre and post testing, surveying your class about your teaching and anything else you want to collect information on.
I will be going through skills like
- Basic uploading of documents.
- Creating an evernote account and notebooks and linking notebooks to a folder online
- Logging in to your google account
- Creating google forms, sharing the form and collecting responses.
If you have any questions, concerns or comments please leave a comment in the comments section below. Or even easier to is just to write your thoughts on the wall by adding a sticky note below.