Section Four: Software to Support Assessment
In a 750-1,000 word essay, draft your proposal to utilize software to support assessment in the classroom as a part of your Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan (Benchmark Assessment), which is due in Module 7. Consider the following: a)
In what ways can technology facilitate the ongoing effort to assess student learning? b)
What is the difference between formative assessment and summative assessment and how can technology be used to facilitate both? c)
What are the pros and cons of using technology to assess student learning? d)
Should a teacher only use technology to assess student learning? Why or why not? 2)
Support your rationale from your required readings and from three to five peer-reviewed articles from the GCU eLibrary. 3)
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. 4)
The instructor will provide commentary on your draft, which you will then use as a basis for revising this section. The revised section will then become part of the complete Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan (Benchmark Assessment), due in Module 7. Refer to the rubric portion of this resource (below) for grading criteria for this assignment. 5)
The draft of this section is due by the end of Module 5.
Section Five: Technology Ethics in the Classroom
Construct a 750-1,000 word essay drafting your proposal for the ethical uses of technology in the classroom as a part of your Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan (Benchmark Assessment), which is due in Module 7. 2)
Address the following issues in your essay:
Discuss Internet security and how you would implement this in your classroom to protect the students from Internet predators and any inappropriate material. b)
Explain the way that you would create proper copyright and student use agreements that could be used in your classroom or in any K-12 classroom. c)...
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