Category: 3.3 Assessing/Evaluating

Candidates use multiple assessment strategies to collect data for informing decisions to improve instructional practice, learner outcomes, and the learning environment.

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Not Ready Player One

I’m three weeks into two courses on VR and AR for education and so far I’m a bit disappointed in both. I was similarly disappointed when I signed up, did all the paperwork for, and brought Google Expeditions to my...

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Three Augmented Reality Apps Reviewed

In my Gamified Augmented Reality and Mobile Education course at Boise State we were asked to review three educational Apps as to their potential educational use and value along with the strengths and limitations of each app. I tested Quiver,...

Evaluation Report: San Leandro Academy for Multimedia Fast for Nonviolence 0

Evaluation Report: San Leandro Academy for Multimedia Fast for Nonviolence

The entire Evaluation Report is linked here. Summary The San Leandro Academy for Multimedia (SLAM) participates in an annual service learning project called the Fast for Nonviolence. Students in the Fast create media campaigns on a non-violence topic they are...

EdTech 505 Evaluation Methods and HaikuDeck Presentation of Fast for Nonviolence 0

EdTech 505 Evaluation Methods and HaikuDeck Presentation of Fast for Nonviolence

Tony Farley EdTech 505 Section 4203 Week 7 Written Assignment 3b) I’ll be using the goal-based method of evaluation for my Fast for Nonviolence project. The goal-based method seems very straight-forward with no concern for ancillary items, variables, or anything...

EdTech 505 Gap Analysis of Fast for Nonviolence 0

EdTech 505 Gap Analysis of Fast for Nonviolence

Tony Farley Boise State EdTech 505 Week 5 Assignment   Program description: The San Leandro Academy for Multimedia (SLAM) participates in a yearly project called the Fast for Nonviolence. Students in the Fast create media campaigns on a Nonviolence topic...