#EduDuctTape 📖 Sketchnote Chapter 4

This image shows the cover of the book Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset. The cover is blue and shows the title in orange lettering on duct tape. It also shows the text "Your Guide to Selecting the Right Tools for Your Classroom" and includes Jake Miller's name.I’m back with another Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset sketchnote! Each of these sketchnotes, created by Jen Giffen shares the anecdotes, stories, and messages from one chapter of the book. Today’s sketchnote covers Chapter 4: “Words, Restaurants, & Jams” and features a quote from Barry Schwartz along with elements from Sheena Iyengar and Mark Lepper’s well-known “jam study.” Subscribe to my newsletter to make sure you see new sketchnotes as they’re released!

This sketchnote includes the title of Chapter 4 of Educational Duct Tape: Words, Restaurants, and Jams. The Barry Schwartz quote "All of these choices . . . produce paralysis rather than liberation" is featured alongside Jake's guidance for resolving this: "Identify the goal/problem/need/learning standard and you narrow the choice of tools." Also, a drawing of Jake's wife asking "Where should we go for dinner?" is featured alongside Jake looking at two jars of jam, one labeled "Too many choices" and the other labeled "Too much pressure" and the thought bubble "So . . . much . . . pressure!!"

4 Formative Assessment Tools for Rich Insights

#EduDuctTape Question

This image shows the Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset book cover as well as a 2nd book open to a page inside of the book

This post is part of a series of posts based on content from my new book Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset. In each chapter (aside from the first and last chapters), I pose a question that a teacher might have and suggest a handful of educational technology tools that have the potential to be the right answer.

This question comes from Chapter 4 of the book. The infographic below features the 4 tools that I recommend for rich formative assessment data. There are 5 other tools that I mention as alternatives within the chapter, but these are the 4 that I consider the best choices for most educators.

Tools for quick formative assessments are covered in Chapter 3 as well as in this infographic. Stay tuned for future infographics that cover formative assessment tools for use within instruction (Chapter 11) or within videos (Chapter 12).

Need a bit more information to decide which tool is best for you? I elaborate on each of them in the book!

How can I get rich formative assessment data about my students’ learning?

This infographic is for the #EduDuctTape question "How can I get rich formative assessment data about my students’ learning?" The image shows a girl wearing a backpack, some books, the logos for the 4 tools, and a smartphone screen with the following text on it: "Formative - Ask students for a wide variety of response types including text, drawings, and images; see and respond to student answers in real time; and track student progress to learning standards. Classkick - Teachers ask a variety of questions, even ones with manipulatives. Students respond with text, images, audio, drawings and more. Students can provide anonymous support to their peers. Edulastic - See rich, standards- aligned data from this platform’s wide variety of standardized test-like question types. Also: an extensive question bank + lots of math features. Flipgrid - Students show what they know with video or audio responses that they can edit and enhance with images, drawings, and more! Plus, give them video or audio feedback!"
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In the book Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset I cover formative assessment tools across multiple chapters.  In this one, I discuss tools that may take a little longer to set up, use, and reflect on, but will offer richer data and a better peek into our students’ comprehension.

Check out the image to learn a bit about 4 of my favorite tech tools for this – Formative, Classkick, Edulastic, and Flipgrid. Plus, grab your free PDF version of this infographic by signing up for my newsletter. And, bonus, if I change my recommendations or add tools to the infographic later, you’ll get an update in your inbox!

 

 

#EduDuctTape 📖 Sketchnote Chapter 3

This image shows the cover of the book Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset. The cover is blue and shows the title in orange lettering on duct tape. It also shows the text "Your Guide to Selecting the Right Tools for Your Classroom" and includes Jake Miller's name.Here’s Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset sketchnote #3 from the amazing Jen Giffen! Each sketchnote features Jen’s visual summary of the stories and messages from one chapter of the book. This one is about Chapter 3: “Bounce Houses, Rolling Pins, and Duct Tape.” Subscribe to my newsletter to make sure you see new sketchnotes as they’re released!

This sketchnote features the title "Bounce Houses, Rolling Pins, and Duct Tape." It shows pictures of 3 different educators, one saying "So Cool!" another saying "Too many tools!" and another saying "It'll be great when I want to...." Jake is holding a roll of duct tape and looking at a bouncy house with a hole in it. The bounce house is making a "fsss" noise. Next to the image is the quote "Educational technology is at its most useful when it is not the goal of the lesson, but a tool used to solve a prob- lem, meet a goal, or address a learning standard."

#EduDuctTape 📖 Sketchnote Chapter 2

This image shows the cover of the book Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset. The cover is blue and shows the title in orange lettering on duct tape. It also shows the text "Your Guide to Selecting the Right Tools for Your Classroom" and includes Jake Miller's name.I’m back with another Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset sketchnote! Each of these sketchnotes, created by Jen Giffen shares the anecdotes, stories, and messages from one chapter of the book. Today’s sketchnote covers Chapter 2: “PJ Pants, Tater Tots, & Dr. Offices.” Subscribe to my newsletter to make sure you see new sketchnotes as they’re released!

This sketchnote shows a picture of Jake wearing a dress shirt and pajama pants. He is looking at a set of images connected in order by arrows - a glass of beer, a Malaysian flag, a tater tot casserole, an EduGIF symbol, and a computer with a roll of duct tape on the screen. The text says "PJ Pants, Tater Tots & Dr. Offices." A speech bubble by Jake's head says "EdTech is. at its most useful when we use it to solve a problem or meet a goal."

#EduDuctTape 📖 Sketchnote Chapter 1

This image shows the cover of the book Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset. The cover is blue and shows the title in orange lettering on duct tape. It also shows the text "Your Guide to Selecting the Right Tools for Your Classroom" and includes Jake Miller's name.I’m so fortunate to have had the opportunity to collaborate with the amazing Jen Giffen on a series of sketchnotes for the Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset book. Each sketchnote shares the anecdotes, stories, and messages from one chapter of the book. Today’s sketchnote is a preview of Chapter 1: “A Book About Contemporary Fashion Trends?” Stay tuned for more sketchnotes in upcoming posts!

This Sketchnote features an image of Jake holding a roll of duct tape and a compass along with the text: A book about Contemporary Fashion Trends? Educational Technology is a Rapidly evolving landscape. Behind Jake is a timeline showing various technologies (floppy disks, Carmen Sandiego, Oregon Trail, Google Drive) and fashion trends (Reebok Pumps, pegged jeans, frosted tips).