T3PD Model

T3PD Model

t3pd model

In this Thing, you learned about the legalities of data and the types of data collected in education. Here you will learn about the technology tools and resources available to improve instruction, engage learners, and expand data driven dialogue.

In the T3PD Data Model (Technology+Perception+Performance+Progress Monitoring+Demographic) you will see how technology can improve the data collection process.

Perception Meets Technology

Perception Model Perception meets Technology:

Perception data can be used to inform lesson objectives, and/or identify pre-existing thoughts, opinions, and ideas. Educators often use polls and surveys to explore starting points for learners with a lesson.

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Progress Monitoring Meets Technology:

Progress Monitoring Model Progress Monitoring meets Technology:

Educators monitor student performance towards goals and objectives, or create groupings for teaching and re-teaching through a variety of formative assessments. Students become more actively engaged with interactive learning, personalized experiences, and the opportunity to chart growth.

Classroom Applications:
  • Use Quizalize or Quizizz  to pre-assess students on their knowledge of causes of the Civil War.
  • During a lesson, use Plickers  to monitor student learning about today’s lesson on cell division.
  • Assign online flashcards in Quizlet or Cram as test review.
  • Create a digital artifact or enhanced video that embeds quiz questions around lesson content with TES Teach, PhotoPeach - or have students create an artifact to demonstrate learning.
  • Locate a video, then begin building and enhancing with pauses, embedded questions in a variety of item types, or links to external content with Playposit or EdPuzzle.
  • Track student growth over time with GoFormative. 
  • Utilize Interactives to engage and encourage learners to track their own progress.
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Performance meets Technology:

Performance Model Performance Data:

Achievement data comes in many shapes and forms, with summative data being graded and purposeful. When gathering Performance data, educators seek to replicate online high-stakes testing experiences through a variety of technology enhanced item types. Students are asked to create or review digital artifacts, complete Capstone assignments, or experience online tests aligned to standards.

Classroom Applications:
  • Create a self-grading test using Flubaroo add on, or turn your Google Form into an assessment.
  • Create a Rubric using Rubistar, iRubric, Rubric Maker, to establish performance criteria for a project.
  • Create an online assessment with tech enhanced items aligned to standards using Edulastic, Socrative or GoFormative.
  • Create digital portfolios using SeeSaw.
  • Assess student performance via video responses or discussion with Flipgrid.
  • Give feedback on student performance with the Kaizena add on to include text comments,video recording, attaching files, and more.  
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Demographic meets Technology:

Demographic Model Demographic meets Technology:

Depending on the data set, often times demographic data exists at an educators fingertips. With FERPA guidelines as our guide, educators should only access student personal information for those rostered to them

Classroom Applications:
  • Use the "Save As Doc" add on within Google Sheets to to create a single document for each response.  
  • Explore demographic information for your geographic area, including socio-economic status, poverty, census, education level, and more with National Center for Education Statistics or U.S. Census Bureau.
  • Use your State Data portal (e.g. MISchoolData in Michigna) to explore public information on state testing, student counts, career and college readiness, early childhood, or special education. For example: 
    • Review student accommodations, subgroups, or special needs populations.
    • Check out state trends in graduation/dropout, enrollment, schools of choice, workforce, or postsecondary.
  • Visit SchoolDigger or Great Schools to explore achievement and demographic data, as well as other data sets to help evaluate school performance. 
  • Locate birthdays for a bulletin board or gather parent contact information to solicit parent volunteers in your Student Information System.
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