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Week 10 Blog

Objective: The students will be able to find and analyze weather reports from chosen locations, given the use of their twitter findings and be prepared to share the report with 90% accuracy.

Content: VA sol 2.6 The student will investigate and understand basic types, changes, and patterns of weather. Key concepts include a) temperature, wind, precipitation, drought, flood, and storms; and b) the uses and importance of measuring and recording weather data.

Pedagogy: Individual work/Class sharing

Technology: Twitter

TPK: the pedagogy is supported by the technology because the students will use Twitter to get examples of the weather from their chosen location.

TCK: Using Twitter, students are able to search for their specific location and learn the selected content.

PCK: Students will share their findings on their weather reports to the rest for the class for their chosen locations.

Assessment: I will assess the students by keeping an accurate weather map and checking the accuracy of each student’s.



week 10 blog post

~When you assess your students’ work, for whom is the assessment meant?

When I am teaching, my assessments will mostly be for my students and myself. For my students, they could see how well they are grasping the content. For myself, I can measure if the students are understanding the way I am presenting the content.

~What role do your students play in assessing their own work?

When I am teaching, I will have my students self-evaluate their writing/presentation pieces. In general, it is good to acknowledge your weaknesses and focus on them and making them better. If they are aware that they have to grade themselves, they are more than likely going to put a little more effort in their weaknesses. I will also include the “warm and cool” comments that are mentioned in the reading. I have done this in my job as a manager with “grow and glow” statements or “peaks and pits”. It is very important to make sure students know how to accept and give constructive criticism.

~To what extent do you vary the assessment tools in your classroom?

When I am teaching, I won’t restrict the assessments to just tests. You can assess students’ knowledge by having them present the content in any way they choose. When I was in school we did posters and powerpoints. I would allow them to express the content in any way they would like: music, acting, writing, art pieces.

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