Formative and Summative Assessments
By Star Kroyman
- Clarifying, understanding and sharing learning intentions
- Engineering effective classroom discussions, tasks and activities that elicit evidence of learning.
- Providing feedback that moves learners forward
- Activating students as learning resources for one another
- Activating students as owners of their own learnings
My Ideas About Both; Formative and Summative Assessments
Formative assessment has more of a “see how the student is doing”, this helps them improve the areas they need work on. Which the strategies from the videos are good strategies to prepare the students for the summative assessment. Mini white boards I feel is an awesome way to ‘play’ with the kids but yet be able to do a formal assessment. Summative assessments are more final, as in the ending of a lesson or a quiz. So after practicing with like the white board, they should be ready for a quiz or a test. That would be considered a summative assessment.
How Both Sets of Ideas Could Be Implemented to Create an Effective Classroom Environment
When it's time for a quiz, the child will be prepared by remembering the answers from the fun game.