Turn On Evaluate The Web
Here are some slides that Neil Heffernan likes to share with others about this idea.
This was part of this talk. Media:Session4-koedinger-tea2012.pdf.
- Professor Heffernan was asked to brief 200 state leaders from departments of education on the future of assessments that is embedded into instruction. If you want to read just one paper that talks about some of the research results we have, this is the paper to read.
- Heffernan, N. T. & Koedinger, K. R. (2012). Integrating Assessment Within Instruction: A Look Forward. This paper was presented at the "Invitational Research Symposium on Technology Enhanced Assessments". This was organized by ETS's K12-Center and took place May 7-8, 2012. It was under the auspices of the Council of Chief State School Officers.
Turn on the webpage support, so your students can have selected webpage resources to help them learn.
Click here to see what students will see in Tutor with this feature.
Click here to see how to find which web pages have been selected for a skill.
This page shows how to turn it on.
1. Go to the toggle settings of your class.
2. Click "Toggle Settings". At the bottom, you can see two options.
"Turn web page support on for out-of-school hours" allows your students to use the webpage support from 3:00pm to 6:00am of the next day. Students can use this feature for their homework.
"Turn web page support on for in-school hours (6:00am-3:00pm)" allows your students to use the webpage support during school hours.
Note that this feature, "WEBsistments", is only effective for those problems that have tagged with skills. Most of WPI-certified problem sets have already been tagged. If you are using problem sets created by yourself, you are encouraged to tag the problems with skills. Click here to see how to tag problems.