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How to Get Your School Started Using Formative Assessment with Digital Tools

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Formative assessment can be a great way to determine what students know and where they need help, but sometimes teachers hesitate because they think it will be difficult or don't know where to get started. In this webinar you will learn how to use the digital tools in your school to check for student understanding in any subject and at any grade-level. Join Dr. Monica Burns, author of #FormativeTech , as she shares ready-for-tomorrow strategies to help educators use a wide range of technology for formative assessment. Whether your students have access to a handful of iPads, a class set of Chromebooks, or a mix of different devices, this session will provide actionable strategies to help your school get started checking for understanding with free and low-cost tools.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, October 31, 2017 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Assessment & Review
Tags: assessment tools, assessments, formative assessments, mobile devices, personalization

Reviews (9)

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There was good information about formative assessments and the technology tools I can use! Thank you!
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Great presentation.
Great information
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Great reminders! Formative assessment always before, during, and after units!
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Thank you for great webinar.
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This was an excellent webinar on the basics of formative assessments and how to use them effectively in school and in the classroom. I appreciate the BEFORE/DURING/AFTER format and tools presented, as well as the rationale behind each idea.
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I wish there was a way teachers could print a list of the apps that you talked about. Very informative!
A good introduction/review of formative assessment.
I would suggest displaying the names of the apps mentioned in the presentation. For example, was it Near Pod or mirror Pod? There is a link for further info, but why not simply include it? Thanks! jh
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