Formative Assessments for the Classroom (Poll Everywhere A polling…
Formative Assessments for the Classroom
Allows educators to create assessments to assess various learning targets. Educator's can create a key and the form will automatically grade the form for you and allow you to analyze results quickly. Students love the quick feedback!
An activity card based formative assessment that allows teachers to quickly scan the room to check for understanding.
A game-based, trivia assessment that allows educators to gauge learning and keep students engaged at the same time!
Formulated to work with Google Suite and engage students in presentations. As the educator you get to create interactive lessons in which students engage and participate. Educator's can quickly get feedback based on interactive questions rooted in the created lesson.
An interactive board in which educators can pose questions to students and they can post response. Great for exit tickets and assessing learning that just took place!
Another great digital exit ticket activity. Students respond to educator's posed topic/question in a 90 second or less video-clip. :
Another Google extension that allows students to mindmap their understanding of various topics. THIS IS A COGGLE EXAMPLE :)
Another program that educators can use to create interactive lessons in which students respond and educators get live-feedback.
Not only does this allow you to communicate with parents to send reminders and messages, this platform allows students showcase learning in a digital portfolio journal.
A word cloud creator that pushes students to create word clouds based on educator given topic. This makes students show what they know in a very precise way the demonstrates concrete understanding.
Allows educators to create interactive flashcards that students can use to study. Students love playing this and competing against one another!
Allows educators to create an assignment and upload rubric. Students then upload work and are able to grade one another based on the rubric and give feedback.
A digital clicker system that gives educators the opportunity to acquire real-time feedback from students, while also making sure that they are engaged.
Similar to Padlet, but allows you to incorporate a polling style element. Allows students to give responses based on topic and educators can quickly see what students know or what misconceptions they may have.
A polling extension that educators can embed into Powerpoints or Google Slides presentations. Can me true/false, multiple choice, or short answer. Real-time results are shown to participants and can lead to valuable discussion among students and educators.
Another interactive learning platform that allows educators to gain real-time feedback in a 1:1 learning environment. Can be used for quick assessment, student collaboration, and flipped classroom activities.
Student-response system that allows educators to engage students in assessment. Great visuals!
Recap: Another video response app that students can use to collaboratively response to a posed question or topic.
Allows educators and students to customize online videos with voice-overs to demonstrate learning.
A game-based assessment tool. Similar to Kahoot, I like that you can place students on teams to promote collaboration