Creating Digital Assessments

August 29th - In-Service

Mission For Today

Are you tired of using the same old assessments? Would you like to integrate more technology into your lessons? Do you want students to be so engaged that you will have less discipline problems? If you have answered yes to any of the above questions, then you should enjoy today. The mission, if you choose to accept it, is to create 1 or 2 meaningful, technology driven assessments.

Try This . .

You will have 10 seconds to complete this drawing.
Creativity requires TIME

Formative and Summative Assessment

A video conference will be held on examples of formative assessments that may be used across all disciplines.

Formative Assessment Video Conference - Muskingum Valley Educational Center

Assessment Article

Art Content Area Resources

Chicago Art
Smart History Khan Academy
Google Art Project
Read, Write, Think Lesson Plans

*You Simply Must . . .
-User name is password is artstor
-Go to Tools and select Download offline presentation tool (OIV)
-Install (This will enable you to view and zoom images.)
-Use the advanced search
-QTVR will give you a 360 look
-Complete pdf and return to me by the end of today.

Music Resources

Villanova Wiki by Hank Wajda
Live Binder Music
Music Standards - Just mentioned this month in ISTE magazine

Writing Resources

Poetry Examples and Formats
Refer to Dr. Paisley's Prompts

Photos and Photo Editing Resources

Additonal Resources

The sites below contain MANY resources/lesson plans about various disciplines. Open and search for your topic.

Links to documents

My Big Campus

Here's a way to organize all of your resources. Brian Allen is a master!

Mr. Picassohead

Just one of many visual drawing/editing tools. Draw and incorporate poetry.

Created with Piktochart

You can create a chart with text, images, graphics, and charts. Use this for a response to an article that may have numerical data to help interpret the information.


Upload images and record students narratives.


Although this has been around for years, they now have a lesson plan section for all subject areas. Students love it!


Obviously, this whole presentation was created with Smore.
Create a flyer that depicts a topic and add a description. Compare two images, movies, or research a topic and invite someone to your findings.


Write a review for a show, concert, movie, etc.
Use Tagxedo to select a cloud image. Write a review.
Use Wordle to reflect.

Museum Box

This is a virtual museum where you can incorporate photos and text. This can be used as a great way to share research on a topic. Kate Liese is the expert on this one.
Museum Box

Anna Hentz

7th Grade Humanities
K - 8 Technology Curriculum Leader