Student assessment is a way of life in today’s educational context. High-stakes testing tied to school evaluations, teacher pay scales, and sometimes even contracts makes it a high-pressure situation. Sometimes assessment gets a bad reputation, but as teachers, we know that assessment is a tool to help us understand what students know at a given … More Google Forms: Self-grading quizzes!
Google Apps for Education. G-Suite. Google Docs. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard one or more of these names in your wanderings around the web or in conferences and classrooms around the world. This post is geared toward using Google Docs in the classroom. Another post will follow about how to … More Google Docs – Sharing is Caring
One of my favorite tools to use for student/audience interaction is Polleverywhere.com. I use the free version of this platform to ask questions, gauge understanding, collect thoughts, and so much more. I like to use free-response questions as exit slips where students answer a question, and their answers get analyzed and put into a word … More Feedback that’s fun! Poll Everywhere