iDoceo, together with G-Suite and Office
In the teaching and learning of Physical Education (PE), teachers are constantly looking at different methods to
We now have the technology to capture information of student progression towards reaching their learning goals. One such technology is the use of the ‘iDoceo Teacher’s Assistant’ application. Together with other platforms such as Google Suite and Windows Office, it can be part of a comprehensive structure in the following areas:
Plan lesson activities according to lesson objectives and success criteria in the Planner and Class Diary. Resources such as photo/video and hyperlinks can be inserted to aid in the delivery of the lesson objectives.
Using Gradebook, students’ progress can be tracked and monitored by inserting photos/videos and other comments to specific students’ cell. A rubric can also be created to assess students’ progress and documented for future reference.
In Palm View Primary School, PE teachers have been using iDoceo in tandem with other applications such as:
PAM Rubrics Overview
Class Progress Assessment
Formative assessment data in PE can be seamlessly captured, stored and shared with various other platforms for the purposes of reporting PE learning outcomes using iDoceo.
During PE lessons, PE teachers will have all the available teaching and learning resources at their disposal for reviewing of the skills taught and those to be taught. These include audio, video and print resources that could be easily projected onto a portable display device such as a portable TV for students to review together. Immediate feedback in the form of video analysis of students’ performance taken during formative assessment in class, can be easily shown to selected students or the class with information to improve or correct their physical performance and understanding of the skills required.
Students’ execution of skills captured and analysed
In a typical PE lesson, iDoceo is used for formative assessment purposes where the teacher records and tracks the progress of students’ performance in relation to the learning outcome of a skill, for example, throw and catch in the learning area of Games and Sports. The teachers use standards-based criteria to monitor the students’ progress. The data that is collated can then be easily transferred and utilised for the reporting of students’ learning outcomes.
These are some examples of how our school has been using iDoceo to manage data and resources pertaining to teaching and learning and assessment.
A short video on the features of iDoceo.
If you would like to know more about iDoceo and how it can be used with other platforms, please email your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org