Formative Assessment Ideas
Are you looking for quick tools for formative assessment? Here are a few ideas!
- 7 Ways to Do Formative Assessments in Your Virtual Classroom. Don’t let the article name fool you…these tools would work well in our 1-to-1 classrooms and would encourage whole class engagement.
- Using Drawings for Formative Assessment. Drawing demands a different kind of thinking. This article outlines how we can use drawing as a learning tool.
- See many more formative assessment techniques in our Embedding Formative Assessment: Practical Techniques for K-12 Classrooms book. If you can’t find your copy and need another, add it to your resource quick request mentioned below. The Learning Sciences site has more research and resources related to formative assessment.
Teacher Clarity & Questioning Resources
Are you interested in any of these resources? Fill out this quick request by November 4th and they’ll get ordered for you!
- The Teacher Clarity Playbook: A hands-on guide to creating learning intentions and success criteria for organized, effective instruction.
- The Success Criteria Playbook: A hands-on guide to making learning visible and measurable.
- Questioning Sequences in the Classroom: Ask targeted questions to enhance students reasoning skills and increase rigor in classrooms. Use a four-phase questioning sequence to help students make claims, build sound arguments, and provide evidence to support their points.
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