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Create Engaging Formative Assessments for Chromebooks

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Would you like fun, creative, and easy ways to collect data, check for student understanding during instruction, and make instant adjustments to that instruction based on student feedback? Join Deb Norton as she explores Chrome Apps and Web 2.0 assessment resources that can help you do just that. She will share formative assessment practices and tools that will provide students with clear learning targets, as well as immediate and responsive feedback and data analysis. Deb will show how these can be used to self-assess, track learning, and set goals that can support a personalized teaching and learning environment. She will also provide examples and tips for formative assessments using intro and exit tickets, interactive polls, flipped strategies, HOTS questioning techniques, and more!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Google Chromebooks
Tags: Chromebooks, data analysis, Formative Assessments, Google, personalized learning, reviews, track learning

Reviews (55)

Full Member
As always Deb does a great job! Lots of useful ideas, well explained, engaging and I really appreciate that instead of just talking over slides she takes you to the sites and actually demos them briefly! I found a few ideas I hand't heard of! Thanks!
Full Member
Deb is an excellent presenter.
Full Member
Great information and useful.
Nice work
Full Member
Great info.
Full Member
Excellent information!
Basic Member
Great resources.
Full Member
Deb is so delightful to listen to! Several websites mentioned: Socrative, NearPod, and PearDeck seem very easy to use. I will be listening to this webinar again!
This presenter was very motivating. I feel empowered knowing that I can vary the types of assessments so I don't fall in a rut of assessing the same way. With so many tools, I know that I will be able to keep my students wondering and looking forward to, "what game they are going to use for the test."
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