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Jace Evan Hargis' Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Adam
14:59
rubics should be shared before they are implemented.
Adam
15:45
We have to be very careful with "evaluating" because that's "high-stake"
Adam
17:24
Anyone interested in leaving your feedbacks here in the chat box?
Adam
20:43
I find that Chinese students are not so into open discussions.
Adam
20:56
Maybe I didn't do it the right way.
Adam
21:00
Any comments?
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
21:04
diverse assessment tools
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
22:28
Maybe that depends on the topics for discussion :)
Adam
23:31
Journals
Adam
23:46
Blogs are great to have group and open discussions.
Adam
23:55
A place for people to share.
Adam
24:04
Like this chatbox.
Adam
24:18
where we pool in our feedbacks and reflections.
Chen(Frances)Chen
26:04
Tried that in the lesson, some people welcome the idea of sharing ideas on MOMNETS , and comment, but others are reluctant to transform personal space into homework presentation.
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
26:42
WeChat Moments? Great!
Adam
26:51
Perhaps, teachers need to "negotiate" with the students about the "rubrics"?
Chen(Frances)Chen
27:50
Yes, WeChat Moments. haha
Adam
28:06
What about Wechat groups sharing?
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
28:41
Great idea!
Chen(Frances)Chen
28:42
It takes time to check their participation in group sharing.
Adam
29:28
Padlet
Adam
29:30
it
Chen(Frances)Chen
29:39
but that is technical problem, the whole idea is great that we find some place to share.
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
29:40
Wow. Padlet!
Chen(Frances)Chen
29:46
I like padlet
Adam
29:49
Padlet is an online tool for students and teachers to post their views
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
30:04
I like it too.
Chen(Frances)Chen
30:04
does it need VPN ?
Adam
30:07
And anonymously
Adam
30:29
It's accessible without VPN, but the speed is not satisfactory
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
30:51
It is interesting to design rubrics and share them for feedback.
Adam
30:56
So after class discussion is more appropriate. Peop;e can wait
Adam
32:59
I mean Padlet is suitable for after class discussion. Not our discussion
Chen(Frances)Chen
33:21
we get that
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
33:26
yeah
Adam
33:28
I find our discussion provides feedback to Professor Hargis' lecture.
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
33:47
yes:)
Adam
33:50
And keep people engaged
Chen(Frances)Chen
34:13
just thinking abut the rubric, the wording is difficult while writing criteria
Adam
35:03
It calls for the collective efforts of a group of teachers.
Adam
35:11
Not to be done individually.
Chen(Frances)Chen
35:30
definitely!
Adam
36:21
differences between internet sites. Interesting
Adam
36:30
.edu and reliable sites
Adam
36:41
Reliability
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
37:06
I think of the economists, scientific Americans
Adam
40:03
Great reading resources
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
41:06
Great for both students and teachers.
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
41:35
One is for GMAT, the other is for the TOEFL
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
41:52
GRE and GMAT
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
44:35
I love these concepts! validity and reliability
Adam
45:11
YES.
Adam
45:39
but kind of not easy to achieve.
Adam
45:59
if we look at some of the test papers, we'll find the questions or tasks off the point
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
49:53
need very complicated statistic models for test design
Adam
50:01
Did you have the course of ASSESSMENT already? If so, you must be familiar the concepts being discussed here.
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
50:21
Yes indeed.
Adam
52:15
rubrics must be tailored if they are taken from some other sources.
Erbin (Brenda) Huang
52:29
Great resource!
Adam
52:39
Yes.
Adam
52:43
Great
Adam
52:51
Has it been fixed?
Adam
53:09
it was not accessible weeks ago
Adam
53:44
Ah, it's accessible again. Gret
Adam
53:47
Great
Tyra
54:15
Great website.
Adam
54:28
Great!
Adam
54:46
Step 2: Adaptation.