Reduce Paper Use in the Classroom: Using iPads for Assessment and Digital Portfolios (Grades K-12)
This session focuses on how iPads can be used as tools for assessment of student learning and growth. Participants will explore a variety of apps used to collect real-time data such as student responses, recordings, and running records. The will learn how to administer quizzes, surveys, exit tickets and more. Examples of apps that will be highlighted include Google Forms, Nearpod, Socrative, and eClicker, among others. Participants will also examine a variety of ways to create digital documents and portfolios using web-based applications and various apps such as Edmodo, Google, Evernote and Explain Everything.
Kristine Scharaldi is an experienced teacher and outstanding staff developer in the area of technology integration in K-12 classrooms, who is back to Kean by popular demand.
Kristine’s workshops will be held from 8:30-2:00 in Hutchinson Hall Room 307-308 at the Kean University, Union Campus. A continental breakfast will be served and participants may bring a brown bag lunch.
We strongly encourage registrants to “bring your own device” (BYOD), but some iPads are available, if needed. Note that workshop sessions are limited to 20-25 registrants to allow for ongoing interactive hands-on experiences.
When & Where
School for Global Education & Innovation
The SGEI provides ongoing professional learning opportunities for teachers and administrators that support physical, online, virtual and remote 21st century learning environments and enable practitioners to engage in collaborative work, collegial inquiry, reflective practice and constant innovation in both local and global contexts.