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Anne Bubnic

Rubric for Blogging - 1 views

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    Teacher notes that the specific criteria and descriptions listed on the rubric have been effective at helping students to improve the posts they have been writing. A google docs version is located here: http://bit.ly/ckQOeR
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Student Technology Assessment | SimpleK12 - 0 views

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    How will you prove your students meet NCLB requirements to be "technology literate" by 8th Grade? This free assessment is based on the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S). The assessment questions are available in both Mac and PC versions. In other words, the screen shots used in the assessment questions match those of a Mac or PC. (The actual assessment is web-based and platform-independent).
Anne Bubnic

So Sayeth Thy Blog: Lesson Plan - 0 views

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    Curriculum-based lesson plan on blogging with activities and assessment.
    Part of the EasyTech Curriculum from http://www.learning.com/easytech/index.htm
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Digital Literacy Assessment - Atomic Learning - 1 views

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    Atomic Learning's Tech Skills Student Assessment helps you gauge technology skill levels, demonstrating that skills can actually be applied.
Anne Bubnic

Smart AUP Quiz - Assessment tool for student understanding of AUP - 4 views

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    A school's Acceptable Use Policy, or AUP, is a list of technology regulations that require students to use technology responsibly and prevent abuse of school computers. Students are often required to sign this "user contract" in order to use school network computers but unfortunately many sign without reading or understanding the information. The Smart AUP assessment tool is a fun and effective way for students to demonstrate to teachers and administrators that they have read and understand the AUP.
Anne Bubnic

Rubric for Student Blogs: Basis for Scoring - 2 views

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    Are you thinking of starting student blogs? Here is a great rubric that can be used to guide and assess student writing.
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TRAILS: Tool for Real-time Assessment of Information Literacy Skills - 0 views

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    TRAILS-9, which stands for Tools for Real-Time Assessment of Information Literary Skills, uses multiple questions to assess the information literacy skills of students based on sixth- and ninth-grade standards. The free site, which is a project of the Institute of Library and Information Literacy Education, was developed to give library media specialists a tool to identify strengths and weaknesses of their students' information-seeking abilities.
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