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From Tech to Non-Tech: Formative Assessment Ideas to Provide Feedback for Learning

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How do we provide meaningful feedback - the kind that students actually listen to, understand, and use in a timely manner? Join Deb Norton as she shares formative assessment ideas to provide feedback that encourages full participation from all learners. You will also walk away with a variety of strategies to identify student strengths and weaknesses and ensure their understanding of the learning goals.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, June 23, 2021 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Differentiation & Personalization
Tags: assessment, meaningful feedback, student participation

Reviews (20)

Basic Member
I really like the ideas that you presented. Previous to watching your seminar, I have used Flipgrid and asked students to respond to an assignment by making a video. Others students could also watch video responses posted by their peers and learn from each other. Adding in fun and “play” into learning to check student take-away’s in a formative assessment gives me the chance to see what students are retaining from my Visual Art lessons. I can also check for student “misunderstanding” and reteach that particular point! I liked the templates and spreadsheets and even the option of getting their responses in real time as you ask questions in class! Using Quizwhizzer, a board game, is also something I will definitely use! Thank you so much.
Basic Member
Great ideas. I teach Physical Education so some of these ideas might be good for my health lessons.
Full Member
Loved this!
Loved all the non tech and tech options. Thank you!
Basic Member
Wonderful assessment options. Thank you!
Full Member
Delightful to listen to, as always! Deb shared many fun ways to assess student comprehension, many of which were just right for elementary students.
Full Member
Thanks for providing a variety of strategies to identify student strengths and weaknesses! Also the strategies to ensure student's understanding of learning goals. Very interesting.
I like the informal stick note assessment and the Q-Chart for a more formative assessment.
This had lots of great information for any teacher. Thank you so much for putting this webinar together.
Full Member
Great assessment options in a fun way. Thank you.
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