Personalized learning creates a variety of challenges for teachers. Understanding the tools that can support the creation of a personalized path for each student is a key part of making it work. The article focuses on an often overlooked feature in Google forms that can help teachers do just that.
Assessment, today there is an abundance of simple, effective and free ways to collect information for learning in your classroom. A new challenge that these tools confront us with is whether we are making the most of the formative assessment data that we collect. Are we using this information effectively to inform our choices about the learning opportunities that we provide for our students?”
Each week EdTechTeacher will bring you a new, short video (10-15 minutes) by one of the staff exploring an app, web tool or idea in the world of educational technology centered around a new theme each month. In this week’s #ettchat, EdTechTeacher instructors, Greg Kulowiec & Ben Sondgeroth explore the formative assessment potential within Google Slides Q&A and […]
Each week EdTechTeacher will bring you a new, short video (10-15 minutes) by one of the staff exploring an app, web tool or idea in the world of educational technology centered around a new theme each month. This month, we explore Formative Assessment, and ask Greg Kulowiec, for insights into the best tools for gaining insight into […]
This is a guest post from Richard Perry (@rperry209) and Julie Willcott (@WillcottJulie), iPad Summit Boston presenters. Don’t miss their session, Lights, Camera, Understanding: Making Use of Student Videos as an Assessment Tool, in November! Learn to leverage the built-in camera and inherent mobility of the iPad as a tool students can use to quickly and […]