Start using that iPad for more than Netflix, fellow ipadagogues.
Most of us don’t want to think about ‘new steps’ in the dark, grading days of ‘end-o-semester’, but this article in Prof Hacker at the Chronicle is a good introduction to what is being done with digital grading in hackademe. Here are some of the valuable links I found in the article:
Mark Sample goes paperless
Molly Shields goes paperless
Please look at the comments for some use cases by others that are worth exploring. And… be aware that our department will be sponsoring a teacher meetup this Spring to explore issues like digital grading and workflow. See you there. (More announcements to come.)
A tool with potential to help teachers and learners share the burden of deciding what learning outcomes are desired. Well worth a look. I will be using this in my E300 course for the Spring and for my online E200 before the course begins in the Spring as well. Anyone who wants to share with me about this (especially other E200 and E300 instructors) I am available before the term begins. Let’s check it out and use it together. You can reach me at terry dot elliott at gmail dot com.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.