These are resources for Shelly Fryer’s presentation and workshop, “Enriched Assessment with Technology.” All of Shelly’s past and upcoming presentations are available. Questions? Contact Shelly via Twitter (@sfryer) or using this contact form.
- Best use of student technology: Creating, Making and Sharing
- Key Requirement: Digital Space to Save and Share Student Work (Seesaw)
- Begin enriching assessment by SUBSTITUTING technology in a project you already do (The Digital Learning Journey: SAMR)
- Seesaw (free)
- i-Nigma (free)
- ChatterPix Kids (free)
- Shadow Puppet EDU (free)
- Pic Collage Kids (free)
- Opinion Podcasts (free)
- Koma Koma (free)
- Book Creator (paid)
- Green Screen by DoInk (paid)
- Share Square
- Hamburger (or hot dog)
- Add an item (+)
- Photo/Camera Roll
- Screen Shot
- Edit Item
- Save to Camera Roll
- Share to Seesaw in a Folder
Narrated Photo / Art
- Fluency: What Makes an Atom? (0:24)
- Student Writing: “In Room 108 We Welcome the Herdmans” (0:18)
- Narrated Art: “I Made an ISS” (0:23)
Paper Slide Video
- #Room108 Students Respond: “I Have a Dream…” (short version) (3:02)
- Dance Passion Project – 4th Grade (3:44)
The SAMR framework (Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, Redefinition) is helpful to keep in mind as we enrich assessment with technology. The video “SAMR in 120 Seconds” provides a good overview.
Workshop Technology Requirements
For demonstration presentations:
- Wifi Internet connection
- iPad projector connection (AppleTV or VGA/HDMI cable for iPad video adapter)
- Audio speakers
- Internet filter opened to YouTube, Seesaw, and iTunes
For Hands-On Workshops, also:
- iPads for all participants
- iPad apps listed above installed on participant iPads
VIDEO FAQs (coming)
- What is enriched assessment using technology?
- Why is making, creating and sharing important with technology?
- How can making, creating & sharing with technology address multiple intelligences?
- Why is a digital space to save and share student work important?
- How can teachers start SUBSTITUTING (in SAMR) using technology?
- Why do all teachers need “Technology 101” skills?
- How can we help teachers feel positive and confident about classroom technology integration?
- How can teachers shift from paper-based to digital learning?
- Where can teachers create a digital file cabinet of student work?
- How can teachers better connect and share student work with parents?
- Background: Technology 101 Skills for Teachers (blog post, 20 Nov 2016)
- Improve Student Literacy Skills with iPad Audio (presentation resources)
- iPad Media Camp: Project Matrix
- Show With Media: 12 iPad media projects your students can create and share
- Past and upcoming presentations by Shelly Fryer (resource links and recordings)
- Shelly Fryer’s classroom website: classroom.shellyfryer.com
- Room 108 Classroom YouTube Channel
- Past Presentation Slides