In schools, one of the most common way of assessing students on how much they have learned is by the use of multiple choice tests or academic papers. In the digital age, with the tools and technologies we have available to use, there are better ways to assess students. Consider using Keynote as a way to assess your students by requiring them to create a presentation that demonstrates their understanding of the content.
- [Narrator] In school, one of the most common ways…of assessing students on how much they've learned…is by the use of multiple choice tests.…I think we can do better than this.…In this video, I want to suggest using Keynote…as a way to asses your students.…At the end of a chapter or unit,…instead of having students complete a multiple choice test,…or even a paper, have them create a presentation…using Keynote, that demonstrates…their understanding of the material.…They could use text, images, video, and more,…to not only show that they understand the material,…but that they've developed the ability…to apply this knowledge by creating a presentation.…
To take this one step further,…have students record their slide show,…upload the video, and share it with you.…This would be a great way to assess students…and give them feedback about content knowledge,…as well as many other skills,…such as design skills, presentation skills,…technical skills, and more.…When doing this, I suggest providing students…with some type of rubric so they understand…
- Creating engaging Keynote presentations
- Inserting interactive actions
- Creating flipped classes
- Empowering students to create with Keynote