Presentation on theme: "Heat Mapping Student Testing Processes Tom Story."— Presentation transcript:
Heat Mapping Student Testing Processes Tom Story
Introduction Teacher for 14 years in MPS Web Designer since 2007 Technology Interests in Testing
ADHD Slide Tracking Mouse Movement Teacher name is iud78zmi Go Play. We’ll catch up to later!
Online Standardized Testing History 2005 – Student quizzes were online 2009 – Student online testing for Houghton Mifflin Reading series 2011 – MAPS online 2014 – CCSS/ Smarter Balanced / PARCC
Teacher Accountability It started out as online tests as tools to assess students and find areas for teachers to target in their classrooms. Now - In year 1 of EEP, school reading comprehension score account for 5% of of review, and will dramatically increase after.
Website Marketing Heat Maps Analytics Images Clicks/Flow 19 Tips We Learned From Heat Tracking 19 Tips We Learned From Heat Tracking Study on F Pattern Reading Study on F Pattern Reading
Online Reading Patterns F- Shape patterns Books are read different than online materials Sitting and posture on computer
Test Technologies Smarter Balanced Example PARCC Examples
Smarter Balanced Practice Test
Test Practice PARCC
Heat Mapping Used in many different places. A visual tool to get an idea of how things move or are being used
Heat Mapping Test Practice ReadHeat.com Algorithm of time where mouse is spent and is flowing to Timer is added to output to show how long student spent Both Text and Questions Can be anonymous sent to teacher
JA - Low
Student Accountability Students initially are just logging into a test practice Once students catch on they are being watched, they spend more time. Once they see heat map and the expectation, they spend more time on reading text.
Student Findings Who is this really for? Reluctant readers – high and low Low students that seem to be rushing through testing