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Question 3 3.

Identify how you will assess your students' work in the activity and the activity itself in no more than one page of text. The following rubric is an example of how I will assess the student learning and their presentation. I have only included this rubric as this assignment is about the use of the technology within the learning process but each section will be based on the student achievement of the previously listed student-learning outcomes. Further to this there will be a peer assessments of the Topic. They will also complete a self-evaluation form of the use of the technology. This requires the students to answer questions based on ease of use, challenges they encountered, suggestions and their own evaluation of the technology. This will enable me to access the value of the technology to the learning and also to aid in making changes for future use of Aurasma in class.
Aurasma Rubric CATEGORY Coverage of the Topic 8
Details on the Aurasma capture the important information about their Black Death Individual and demonstrate an excellent understanding of the topic. Information is well organised with clear titles and subheadings. All information on the Aurasma is in focus & audible and can be easily viewed and heard and identified. All sources (information and graphics) are accurately documented.

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Details on the Aurasma include important information about their Black Death Individual but may need to explain information to understand fully. Information is organised with titles and subheadings.

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Details on the Aurasma relate to their Black Death Individual but are too general or incomplete. There needs to be more information provided. Information is organized, but titles and subheadings are missing or do not help the reader understand. Some of the information on the Aurasma is in focus, audible and the content is easily viewed and identified. All sources (information and graphics) are documented, but information is incomplete or many are not in the desired format. The presentation was the appropriate length but seemed very hurried or too slow. The presenter spoke clearly and distinctly only some of the time and/or established little eye contact with the viewer. The student was able to answer some questions posed to him by the visiting parents. The responses were less confident and limited in references to aspects of the research about the Black Death.

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Details on the Aurasma have little or nothing to do with their topic of the Individual selected for the Black Death.

Organization

The information appears to be disorganized.

Layout and Design

Sources

Most of the information on the Aurasma is in focus, audible and the content easily viewed and identified. All sources (information and graphics) are accurately documented, but there are a few errors in the format.

Much of the information on the Aurasma is unclear, little or no sound or too small. Some sources are not accurately documented.

Presentation Aurasma

The presentation was the appropriate length. It did not seem hurried or too slow. The presenter spoke clearly and distinctly and established eye contact with the viewer. The student was able to answer all questions posed to him by the visiting parents. The response was mature and intelligent with all correct references to aspects of the research about the Black Death.

The presentation was the appropriate length but seemed slightly hurried or too slow. The presenter spoke clearly most of the time and established eye contact with the viewer. The student was able to answer all questions posed to him by the visiting parents. The response was mature and intelligent with most correct references to aspects of the research into the Black Death.

The presentation was too long or too short. The presenter did not speak clearly most of the time and established little eye contact with the viewer.

Presentation on Parent Evening

The student was only able to answer limited questions posed to him by the visiting parents. The responses were not confident and incorrect references to aspects of the research into the Black Death.