Artifact: Provide sample data from student results for a course within your field. The data can be entirely theoretical and written out in text form.
Create: Examine your sample student performance data. Create an action plan that you would implement in your classroom to personalize teaching and learning. Provide both a class and individual approach in your plan.
For this section I have already shown the required documents in Summative Assessments.
How could the data be referenced to identify the needs of each student?
By matching the questions with the standards for the lesson, the teacher is able to use the item analysis to determine which standards the student needs the most attention on.
How could the settings of the LMS be used to create personalized learning paths?
The instructor can create assignments within the LMS that are standard matched. By having instructional tools in place that meet standards and divided by standards, the teacher can apply those learning tools to individual students. Not all LMS are instructor friendly allowing the instructor to set individual learning plans in place.
How would this data change your teaching plan?
By effectively putting data to use the teaching plan will become more customized to the individual students. This method is the most effective delivery method for each standard.
How could it help with remediation or enrichment, etc.?
I feel that remediation and enrichment is the area most often forgotten in the teaching environment. If a student fails to show mastery of a standard the teacher is able to use the provided data from the summative assessment to return to the lesson and create new activities that will reinforce those standards.
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