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    Amazing Apple and Android app which allows you to take a poll from your class instantly using the camera on your device. Your students simply hold up the symbol for the multiple choice answer they wish to give. The app logs how many answered each choice, but also who chose which answer - Making assessment and feedback easy. Apple download: Android download:

    Yesterday I showed how to create a form for primary students using Google forms. It is so easy to add pictures, video, page breaks, etc. to make quizzes and tests easy to navigate and understand, especially for little ones. But what good is all of this technology if it cant grade the quiz, right? Well there is an easy way to gather all kinds of data to help with assessment needs. The answer is called Flubaroo.

    Plickers! I'm really excited to try this out. Quick informal assessment in the classroom using qr codes. Students hold up their qr code, teacher does a quick panorama with the plicker app and all the assessment data is on the app and the website!!

    You are going to LOVE Plickers - will totally change the way you assess in a group and it is so easy to use!

    Project Based Assessment Packet for ANY novel- detailed enough to be an out of class assignment

    Easy-to-use checklists for fast formative assessment!

    Download this document to see how you can use the website with your students. It includes a student log so they can track their progre...

    Formative Assessment Exit Slips - NOW FULLY EDITABLE! Use these 20 Exit Slips to assess understanding or reading comprehension in any class. ($)

    It's the Pythagorean Pizazz Bundle! Assessments, differentiated practice, enrichment, and more! Pythagorean Theorem and its Converse. Common Core 8.G.6 and 8.G.7. Check it out at the TpT store, Piece of Pi.

    More fun with Google...another Google Assessment trick! Check out another fun and easy way to use Google forms in math class! Don't let the math in the photo fool you! Read the post to see why!

    Formative assessment is assessment designed to help improve student’s performance. Formative assessment usually involves giving students constructive feedback and is given throughout the learning process unlike summative assessment which is given to assess a student’s performance at the end of their learning.

    How To Use: 1. As a formative assessment to see if students understood a concept. 2. As a way for students to ask questions about something they didn't understand (which I can address or "tweet back" the next day) 3. As a way for students to tell the teacher something they found interesting.

    Spend a little time now creating customized sticky notes, save a lot of time later grading writing assignments! This assessment tool helps you note two writing strengths and one area to keep working on, teaching students to improve the content of their writing, not just the grammar and mechanics. Also great for self-assessment and peer-editing! #writingassessment

    This Exit Slip is a quick and easy way to assess students' understanding of any lesson! Just give students the topic to fill in at the top and the...

    15 hands-on formative assessments for any novel! Engage your students while assessing their knowledge at the same time!

    Technology Bundle-Lessons, Activities, and Formative Assessments using Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! $9.00 worth of products for only $5.00!

    Pythagorean theorem. Great "do-now" activity.

    Review with your students fractions, decimal and percent equivalents with this fun I Have, Who Has 16 card set. Simply print, laminate, cut and pla...

    This 60+ page assessment bundle contains quick, 1 page math assessments for every 3rd Grade Common Core Math Standard. There are 2 assessments included for each standard. These assessments packs are also available for grades K, 1, 2, 4, and 5!

    Comparing Fractions Assessments from Laura Candler includes a collection of quick checks and multi-page tests to assess understand of equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and ordering fractions. $