I had an observation lesson today and decided to pull out all the technology tricks! We happened to be at a point in the scheme of work looking at data handling and collecting data in particular. I decided I’d develop the Questionnaires lesson which I used at interview last year. 60 minutes should be enough to do it more justice.
So here’s the plan:
Discuss data quality based on previous lesson
Tweet a link to my questionnaire and a Wallwisher for feedback on the questions
Fill out my questionnaire full of deliberate mistakes in class
Look at the live data spreadsheet
Groups look at the data for one question, suggest problems with the data collected, and suggest improvements to the data.
Discuss findings, looking at key points of: Leading Questions, Bias, Open/Closed Qs, Personal Qs, Options Boxes, Group boundaries etc.
Look at Twitter feedback on Wallwisher, compare to our own thoughts
Each team leaves one learning point on our own Wallwisher.
I have to present for 10 mins and also teach for 30.
My presentation is on “Your Vision for E-Learning and Strategy to Embed it In & Out of School”, I will particularly be involved in managing the VLE and developing E-Learning across the curriculum. I have attached the presentation below (speaking notes on click through), any feedback would be appreciated… Continue reading →
Pupil names along the top, topics down the side and a set of cells in-between with Red Amber Green conditional formatting.
Once it’s finally unblocked at school (don’t get me started!!) I hope that the class and I can keep track of what they have revised and how happy they are with it in the run up to the GCSE exams in May. To make life easier, I’ve shared it with everyone so that they can all edit it without having to login. Fingers crossed nobody deletes things they shouldn’t!