Grades, Grades, Grades
Grading is a tedious task. Do you want to cut grading time and personalize learning for students? There are many digital assessment tools that will engage students and provide you with meaningful data. Monitoring students mastery of standards will provide you with the data needed to make purposeful small groups and impact lesson design.
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Digital Assesment Tools
Personalize Learning with Canvas Mastery Paths
Canvas Mastery Paths allows you to create personalized learning experiences for students based on quiz data. Learn more about creating and organizing pathways at the following links:
Flippity.net is a site that houses numerous Chrome Web Apps that will turn any spreadsheet into an interactive assessment and/or learning tool. Flippity has many options to choose from including jeopardy, flashcards, and escape rooms.
Many of you already know and use this one! Kahoot is an interactive game based assessment tool. Now Kahoot allows multiple methods including a quiz, jumble, discussion, and survey. Kahoot also has live and on your own pace functions.
Quizlet Live is a great vocabulary assessment tool! Students compete against the class to answer and organize vocabulary the fastest and most accurate.
http://spiral.ac allows for quick formative assessments within its free platform. Students respond to a question online and Spiral provides the teacher with a dashboard to view, organize, and facilitate learning based on responses.
Good ol' Google Forms
Google Forms quizzes provide quick data on students mastery. Forms can be set up as self-grading quizzes or personalized based on student answer choice. Create learning pathways for students based on their answer choice by sending them to a review video or an ability based question.
MATH and Science :: Equatio
Equatio allows you to insert mathematical equations into most Google Apps (Forms, Docs, Ect).