Using Technology to Collect Classroom Data Transcript
Speaker 1: One way I collect and organize formative assessment is using technology.
Speaker 2: I think that the shark [inaudible 00:00:20] their enemies.
Speaker 1: I like to use my smart phone to record students, so that when I'm not there I can really get a gauge on where they are and what's happening at that time in that moment. I just listen to the conversations. Are they on topic? Are they using the language? How can I help them go forward, or what are they doing that is good that I can actually write down?
Speaker 3: I think probably the sharks eat them with the belugas probably.
Speaker 1: I'm noticing when I'm listening to this is Walter dominated. However, they went beyond the conversation and still on topic, so that was good.
Speaker 4: Brandon, can I talk? Can I talk?
Speaker 1: I think they need to learn how to take turns better. Maybe I could partner Hector with someone else. I got Nancy and [Jillese 00:01:14]. Today after I did the recordings, then I looked at the paperwork right away because it's fresh in my mind. Otherwise, it gets in a pile. I also like to use an iPad to collect information, and manage it and monitor students, and it's all in on place. I can also share that with the student. Look at what you did first, and now look where you are.
Speaker 5: The color are doing red, black and yellow.
Speaker 1: The pros of the technology are to have better data, so that therefore I can plan better.