It’s been a while since I’ve made a post with a technical trick. I always doubt if people will know them and it will look like I’ve discovered garlic soup. In any case, if you already know it, just skip the post and that’s it.
This summer I have been copying a few competences from the decrees of the new curriculum to make the new version of the qViC. The decrees are published in PDF and of course, when copying and pasting them into a spreadsheet or text document, line breaks appear.
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In the last month, CoRubrics has added a couple of updates to further encourage formative assessment. CoRubrics has always been primarily a formative assessment tool. But the use of numbers to indicate the level achieved did not facilitate this conception of assessment.
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I often make dynamics with the students to deal with issues of digital competence, especially issues of security, responsibility, image, etc. Last week we played 3rd of ESO and talked about the excessive use of screens. They themselves were aware and, specifically, 75% believed that it would be advisable to reduce the use.
What surprised me most was the answer to the question, “Do you have or have you had any parental control applications installed?”
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Almost a month ago I introduced the CLASS-MON spreadsheet Add-on. I have to admit that it has been better received than I expected. It is currently installed by just over 11000 users (source: G Suite Marketplace). Today I present an update that basically improves two aspects. Continue reading “CLASS-MON Update: Self-Assessment of Attitude and Work in the Classroom”
This course we have begun to use in a habitual way and more or less systematic the single-point rubrics. I speak in the plural because it is not only my own thing, but also that of the teachers of my school who work on projects in the 4th year of ESO.
For those of you who do not know single-point rubrics (here the link from where I knew them), they are nothing more than usual analytical rubrics, where only the expert level is indicated and, instead of evaluating by selecting a level, it is necessary to write down which points of each aspect must be improved to become an expert and which points are already correct. In the link you can see different models.
Next, one of the ones we use to evaluate the students’ portfolio.
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