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1 Yacapaca Assessment

2 Authoring Guide for Students Introduction Yacapaca Aims Guide for Teachers

3 Aims Investigate the package ‘yacapaca’ and its effect on teaching and learning Introduce the various aspects of yacapaca Illustrate the students’ aspects Demonstrate the teachers’ facilities See an ePortfolio in action

4 Learning Outcomes Be aware of the facilities offered by yacapaca As a result of the demonstration, together with the accompanying tutor notes, teachers will be able to set up classes and create quizzes, surveys and ePortfolios.

5 Introduction to Yacapaca Online, free resource Allows the creation of courses which contain quizzes or surveys or eportfolios Allows courses to be accessed by any teacher Allows teachers to access any course Pupils can be easily enrolled and assigned a course User friendly Collaborative

6 Assessment Assessment for Learning

7 Check Box (Marked out of 4) Assessment Assessment Types Select the hotspot Drag ‘n Drop

8 ePortfolios emPowering Schools Strategy Cross curricular evidence Examples of best work Reviewed by teachers ePortfolio can be kept for time in school Backup of pupil’s work


10 ePortfolio – student’s view

11 ePortfolio – student’s view This student has been allocated 3 assignments. Lets take a look at the ePortfolio.

12 ePortfolio – student’s view Each section is regarded as a question. You can use the Instructions to indicate what each section/question represents

13 ePortfolio – student’s view This can be repeated for Maths, Geography, etc.

14 ePortfolio – student’s view Students can change the ‘skin’ of their portfolio

15 ePortfolio – Keeping a backup Each term or so, students can backup their current ePortfolio. This is saved as a zipped file.

16 ePortfolio as saved version. Students now have a backup of their actual work

17 To create a new teacher account

18 Brief guide Student’s forename and surname can be copied from an Excel spreadsheet directly.

19 Brief guide This always reflects the current student details These can be cut out and given to each student

20 Assignments 1.Select the Category 2.Then the appropriate course 3.Preview a quiz 4.Click on the tick box 5.Click on the Submit button to allocate to your students 1 2 3 4 5

21 The Markbook Markbook shows the current results for a particular course, e.g. Year 9 Science The results can be downloaded into an Excel spreadsheet

22 The Task Results Double click to see the detail

23 Task Example - ePortfolio Listen Here!

24 Task Example - ePortfolio

25 Results - Quizzes Analyse how well the class did for each question Analyse how well the student did in the assessment Hover the mouse to see the question Hover over the letter to see the actual answer

26 Results – Quiz Analysis 43% got this question right This question/topic hasn’t been taught very well! Click here to discuss the assessment with the class

27 Results – Quiz Analysis

28 Author Currently one group set up.

29 Author 2 classes of questions: Quiz Multiple-choice survey

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