33 Replies Latest reply on Jul 26, 2013 3:45 PM by vkajones

    Intel Teach Live- May 2013-Using Mobile Devices to Collect Student Data

    vkajones

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      Click here to view the archive recording of the webinar.


      Don't forget to Register for the Webinar and bring your mobile devices to the webinar. We will have lots of hands-on activities during the webinar!


      We all collect things-stamps, watches, pictures, books, etc. Most importantly,  as we collect things we synthesize, analyze and use the information in a variety of ways. In an educational learning environment we collect student data to make informed decisions on how and what we teach.  We use tools such as Socrative, PollEverywhere, iSurvey and Google Apps to name a few. We also collect data from our students by also using a variety of mobile devices such as iPads, iPods, Netbooks, Chromebooks etc.

       

      How do you collect data from your students? How often do you collect data? What tools or instruments do you use to collect data?  If you use mobile devices,which ones do you use and is it easier or harder using mobile devices to collect data?  What type of data do you collect?  Do your students use mobile devices to collect data from others?  Give examples and share your classroom or educational experiences in collecting student data.

      Share your ideas between May 23rd and June 30th  to be entered into a drawing for a $150.00 Amazon Gift Card that you might want to use towards the purchase of several digital tools that would allow you to collect student data. It’s almost summer vacation, so we will let you choose your digital tools to order!


      Note: This drawing will only become active when a minimum of 10 participants respond, which means in some cases, the drawing will take place after the above mentioned date. For a complete description and eligibility of Engage community drawings, click on the Intel Bunny Person.