ERIC Number: EJ1025689
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2013-Sep
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 14
How Do "Wii" Know: Anecdotal Records Go Digital
Bates, C. C.
Reading Teacher, v67 n1 p25-29 Sep 2013
Anecdotal records have long been used as a means of formative assessment. This article explores how traditional anecdotal records can be enhanced with digital technology. Using a portable device and one of many available note-taking applications, teachers have the opportunity to create a richer picture of the student. Highlighted in this Teaching Tip is information on how to take digital notes, how to organize them to assist in making instructional decisions, and ways to use the app's embedded media options to document student learning.
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Recordkeeping, Notetaking, Student Evaluation, Computer Oriented Programs, Formative Evaluation
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