Tutorial: Socrative in the Classroom, Engaging Formative Assessment

WHO: Teachers looking for an engaging tool to collect formative data in an effective and efficient manner.

HOW: Teachers create an account on www.socrative.com, create a quiz, then direct students to join their classroom.  Teacher then starts the quiz, students answer the questions, and watch the results start coming in!

WHEN:  This tool is create to capture the attention of students.  Teachers could use it at any point in class for quick questions, review games, quizzes, and exit tickets.

 

Tutorial: Kahoot! Formative Assessment in a Game-Based Form

WHO: Teachers looking to engage their students in interactive formative assessments.

HOW: Teachers go to www.getkahoot.com, create an account, create an assessment, then start the game! The teachers then directs students to go to www.kahoot.it, enter in the game pin, and start playing.

WHEN: This tool is great at the end of a lesson to draw closure to the students and allow the teacher a quick snapshot to see which students understood the material, and who needs to revisit the lesson.

Kahoot! is an awesome tool to engage students in formative assessment.

 

Tutorial Video: GoFormative.com – Quick, easy, live formative results in your classroom!

In this video tutorial, we take a look at how to create an account, set up a class, and create an assignment on goformative.com.  Then we take a look at how students sign up, join a class, and take an assignment.

http://www.goformative.com

WHO: Teachers looking for an engaging formative activity in their 1:1 classroom.

HOW:  Teachers create an account, create a class, and create an assignment.  Next the teacher directs students to create accounts, sign in using the class code, and then take the assessment.

WHEN:  This tool is great for formative assessment.  Teachers can use this at the beginning of a new chapter or at the end of a lesson to check for student understanding.

 

Tutorial Video: Google Forms with Flubaroo for Automatic Grading

This month I am hosting workshops each Wednesday for teachers throughout the Diocese of Toledo.  This video is a tutorial on how to use Google Forms with Flubaroo for formative assessment.

WHO: Teachers looking to move away from worksheets and would like instant feedback on students understanding of topics.

HOW: The video below gives step-by-step instructions on how to create a Google Form with the Google Sheets Add-On “Flubaroo” for automatic grading.

WHEN: Great option for formative assessment or to replace paper worksheets you may have used in the past.