Wednesday, April 13
3:40 PM-4:00 PM

Digital Application Literacy

Brief Paper (Live Virtual) ID: 59633
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    LeAnne Schmidt
    Central Michigan University

Abstract: Research suggests that students who are assessed on a topic using a digital application and are later assessed on a unique topic at a later date show overall and baseline improvement, which indicates that students are not properly prepared for literacy in the online application being used. Digital Application Literacy Theory recommends a four-step process for the thorough and effective introduction of online assessment applications. This workshop will introduce the components of Digital Application Literacy, as well as first-hand best practices in K12 classrooms. Research statistics will be shared which attest to the impacts, along with methods for minimizing other impacts of online assessment, particularly when AI is employed.

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