# Spring 2016 - ECED3500-01

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"Do you understand?" assessment. This could be used for any grade and any subject K-5. This assessment will help you determine as a teacher if you should continue, review, or re-teach your lesson.

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Powerful Formative Assessment Tool- This is such a fun way to assess/quiz your students! This would work for any subject and any grade K-5. Plus, as a teacher you can search and use quizzes that have already been created for particular subjects!

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Formative assessments - This chart includes so many fabulous formative assessments. Partner talk is a great example to have students interact while assessing, All of the assessments can be manipulated for different grades and subjects.

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This is a good assessment to use from beginning of the year to the end. If the students do not understand a lesson they will hold up a 1. If the students understand but are a little confused, they will hold up a 2. If they understand and can do it by themselves then they hold up a 3. Lastly, if they are an expert and can teach the lesson to a friend then they hold up a 4. You can ask them to assess themselves after each lesson before you move forward.

Quick writes are a good way to assess students on their reading comprehension. You can make sure the students keep up with assigned reading by opening the day with a quick write. You can also close the lesson with quick writes to see how much they have grasped from a lesson

"Tweet" what you know - formative assessment. This is too cute! It's relevant to students and you could include adding a #hashtag to sum up a big topic of what they learned.

This chart has so many wonderful ways to have students reflect and expand on their learning. This chart includes several examples of creative ways to assess your students- much more interactive and effective than just a sheet of paper and pencil.

KWL charts are a good way to begin and close a lesson. You begin with the K column. where the students explain what they already know about the topic. Then after discussion the students fill out the W column and explain what they would like to know about the topic. Then finally after the lesson is complete the students will fill out the L column explaining what they learned from the lesson.

Glow and Grow Strategy: This assessment is perfect for language arts writing activities and allows children to collaborate while assessing one another!

I really like this exit ticket poster idea. This is a great classroom procedure to implement at the end of the day to assess what the students learned that particular day.This assessment could work for any subject.