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Student Response and Assessment Tools

Lesson Idea Name:​ Day and Night


Content Area:​ Science
Grade Level(s):​ Kindergarten
Content Standard Addressed:​ SKE1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate observations about time patterns
(day to night and night to day) and objects (sun, moon, stars) in the day and night sky.

Technology Standard Addressed: ​3 – Knowledge Constructor

Selected Technology Tool:


☐​​Socrative ​☐​iRespond ​☐​Quizlet ​☐​Plickers ​☒​Kahoot! ​☐​Office365 Forms
☐​Other:
URL(s) to support the lesson (if applicable):

Technology that student will use to respond to questions/prompts:


☐​Computer ​☐​Hand-held student response system (like iRespond) ​☒​Phone ☒ Tablet (such as iPad)
☐​Other wireless device (such as iPod Touch)
Type of session:
☐​ Teacher-Paced ​☒​ Student-Paced
Bloom’s Taxonomy Level(s):
☐​Remembering ​☐​Understanding ​☒​Applying ​☐​Analyzing ​☐​Evaluating ​☐​Creating

Universal Design for Learning (UDL): ​I could get big tablets for students who have a physical disability where
it might be hard to hold a small object. I would also have the questions and choices read aloud for students
who are blind.

Describe the instructional activities that will occur ​PRIOR​ to the SRT activity and how you will introduce
the SRT activity. ​I will create a quiz based on what the children have been learning in my class. I will align it
with the standard we are currently learning. I will introduce it as a way to check the students knowledge.

Describe the purpose of the SRT activity (check all that apply):
☐​​Assess prior knowledge ​☐​Anticipatory set (Create interest in a topic) ​☐​To illuminate common
misconceptions ​☐​Formative assessment of content knowledge (for purpose of differentiation and
mastery for ALL students) ​☒​Summative assessment of content knowledge ​☐​Test preparation
☐​Survey/Poll ​☐​Discussion starter ​☐​“Homework” collection ​☐​Other (please explain):

Briefly describe what will happen ​DURING​ ​the SRT activity: ​I have created a quiz to understand if the
children have learned what comes out at night and what comes out during the day. The children use a code to
gain access to the quiz on a phone, tablet, or computer. The quiz starts and then the children pick the answer
they think is correct. Then the quiz shows how many people choose each answer and whether the children
got it correct or not.

Type of questions/prompts used in this activity (check all that apply):


☒​ ​Multiple choice ​☐​Multiple select ​☐​True/False ​☐​Yes/No
☐​Short open-ended response or fill-in the blank ​☐​Longer open-ended response

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Student Response and Assessment Tools
If you are unable to provide a working sample of your questions, please list them below (8-10):

Right/Wrong answers: ​Will there be right/wrong answers to these questions?


☒​Yes ​☐​No
☐​Mixed (Some will have correct answers, other will not.)
Immediate corrective feedback: ​ Will you pre-select correct answers to some or all of the questions and
display correct response to the class after the SRT activity?
☒​ Yes
☐​ No
Why or why not?
The questions only have one right answer. After the question has been answered, the correct response is
shown.
Describe what will happen ​AFTER ​the SRT activity? ​After the activity, I will be able to tell if the children
have learned the information based on the answers they've given.
How will th​e​ data be used? ​The data will tell me if the children understand the things in the day and the
things in the night. I will know what needs to be reviewed for the children to learn the lesson. I will talk with
each student about the questions they got wrong and will explain the correct answer to them.

Describe your personal learning goal for this activity. ​I have not tried a student response tool in the
classroom before. I am excited to see if the children will enjoy it and if it will be depictive of whether the
children know the information or not. I think that if the children are having fun, they will learn more.

Reflective Practice: ​I think it could impact students learning because if a child does not understand the
question, I can go back and reteach it to that student. I could further extend this by having the students create
their own quizzes for the class to do based off a unit we have learned. This could be done at the end of the
year right before finals as a review.

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