Technology Tools for Data Collection
1. Articulate the strengths and weaknesses of technology tools for quantitative and qualitative data collection. Briefly annotate the characteristics of at least two qualitative and two quantitative data collection tools. (Walk through the different technology tools available to collect data, what they can do, what they cannot do, and whether they might work for your particular needsformative assessment or summative assessment data collection, quantitative or qualitative data, et cetera.) 2. Describe the tools you chose and the process you used to choose the right technology tools for data collection to answer the questions. How is your decision supported by research and best practices to choose the right data collection technology? 3. You should analyze how the tools offer valid and reliable assessments of student learning and engagement and can be used to inform future instruction (initial instruction, remediation, reteaching, and enrichment). Some examples of tools are Google Forms, Quizzizz, Pear Deck, Kahoot, Socrative, Edulastic, etc. Hope this helps.