Evaluate Question Stems -
Use the Linoit canvas below to post question stems that your students would answer in your classroom.
Click here to open the canvas in a new window.
Now EVALUATE your question:
If students answer your question successfully,
which Evaluate Verb/Activity will they accomplish?
Highlighting Text ╪ Evaluating
Personal Crocodoc and Diigo are tools that can
help students begin to evaluate:
i.e., sources of information and each other's work.
Use For: .pdf files, documents, images
To Create: Requires No Account
To Share: Send Link or Embed
Explore the Personal Crocodoc file below.
Click the link to access the file in a new windowhttp://personal.crocodoc.com/21ZVKhm
Evaluate Documents with Personal CrocoDoc
Personal CrocoDoc Directions Sheet
Personal CrocoDoc View PDF documents, MS Office documents, or images. Add comments and markups.
Share them via online links.
May be used without registering for an account. Register for an account to be able to invite others to collaborate on document and share several documents via folders.
Use For: Websites
To Create: Requires "Add On" and Account
To Share: Send Public Link or Share with Group
Explore the Diigo webpage below.
Click the picture or link to access the website in a new window.
Note the comments and ideas on using Diigo in the classroom!
Evaluate Websites with Diigo
Pronounced as Dee'go, it is an abbreviation for "Digest of Internet Information,
Groups and Other stuff."
Diigo Direction Sheet
Download Diigo Tools
Diigo Teacher Account FAQs
Apply for a Diigo Educator Account
https://www.diigo.com/learn_more/ (includes all the videos)
Digital Evaluating Tools:
Digital Bloom's Student Samples of Evaluating
EdOrigami Bloom's Posters (scroll down to the Evaluate poster on 5th page)
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