Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Evaluating CLIL e-projects

Hello everybody! In class we did an activity where we had to evaluate a project created by another person.

First off, the project I decided to evaluate is in this link: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=42675

This project was created by a webprofile named mthornton and I found out that this person has a lot of other project an educational resources thta might be useful for us. Therefore, here you have the link to his personal profile:  http://www.livebinders.com/shelf/search_author?terms=mthornton

The project I evaluated and the rest of projects that this person had gathered before belong to the same tool: LiveBinders
 This is the link of the tool if you want to have a look and share more educational resources with other teachers and members of the community:  http://www.livebinders.com/welcome/home

This tool is fantastic to organize your ideas and put them together in order to create a nice product. It is an online public tool so all the resources are available for the rest of people and the exchange of information is constant.

 Regarding my evaluation I decided to use Genially because this tool catched my attention and I wanted to know how to work with it. My first impressions were good as I checked all the possible templates, pictures, effects and animations that the programme offers us.

 Despite all these nice aspects I realized that something that simple as the letter size could not be changed while editing the slides and that is something to improve for the genially staff.
Here is the link to my evaluation:  http://www.genial.ly/Preview/Index/56e6e9601561e809bce37b85?idSlide=56e6e9601561e809bce37b86

Anyway, this activity has helped me understand how rubricks work and how to put them into practice. Evaluatiuon is a essential part of education and we as teachers need to master it from the very beginning.
Only by this way we will get a efficient and effective teaching.

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