Can we begin making more dynamic presentations to MOTIVATE student learning other than Powerpoint? Let's get with the 21st Century and use Prezi, a free web tool! If you're looking to assess teachers learning about Prezi for the first time, then this is the right tool for you. Technology specialists and coordinators and instructional designers will appreciate this assessment rubric to measure teacher performance in creating a 10 minute presentation after a 1 hour long professional development workshop.
The rubric has been sequenced in such a way that measures how teachers first employ their cognitive and intellectual skills in planning the opening of a lesson. Then it measures their technical skills in using Prezi for the first time.
Instructional Goal: Given a laptop in a school classroom with wireless connectivity, elementary school teachers will be able to create a 10-minute or less Prezi presentation for the opening of a lesson, including graphics and text in one hour. The opening of the lesson should clearly state the learning objective, purpose, and instructional method. Selected text and graphics should clearly represent the ideas, concepts or words from the plan for the opening of the lesson.
Criteria in the rubric includes assessment of: instructional objective, purpose, steps for the opening of a lesson, timing, text, graphics and sequence.
Modifications can be made upon request! Enjoy!