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iRubric: RCampus

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Free rubric builder and assessment tools. Build simple to complex rubrics in minutes. Reuse rubrics made by other members. Assess student work using rubrics.

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Another great source to create rubrics for free. This allows you to log on and track your rubrics and create new ones with the worry of losing them in a file!

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iRubric: RCampus

iRubric: RCampus | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
Free rubric builder and assessment tools. Build simple to complex rubrics in minutes. Reuse rubrics made by other members. Assess student work using rubrics.

Via Ricard Garcia
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Another great source to create rubrics for free. This allows you to log on and track your rubrics and create new ones with the worry of losing them in a file!

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Digital Differentiation ~ Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

Digital Differentiation ~ Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa) , Tibshirani
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This allows you to click on many different videos that explain great education concepts with assessment, standard based questions, learning styles, etc.. and how to use them in the classroom.

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20 Ways to Provide Effective Feedback

20 Ways to Provide Effective Feedback | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
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As a student I hate when I do not receive some sort of feedback on my work so this site list plenty of ways to give positive feedback to our students.

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Web 2.0 Modern Lessons

Web 2.0 Modern Lessons | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it

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This is an awesome sight for future teachers and current teachers. This site offers free courses on how to use and bolster technology skills that are beneficial in the classroom, like twitter, pintrest, ipads and more...

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Laura Spencer's curator insight, September 26, 2013 2:37 AM

Modern Lessons is a free online learning platform designed for teachers and students looking to bolster their existing technology skills (or to get started with technology altogether). Many “basics” classes are offered—such as how to start a Twitter account for your classroom. A section also focuses on resources teachers will find useful, such as a guide to using Google in Education and courses on integrating iPads into your classroom.

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Demotivational Posters for those with way too much free time!

Demotivational Posters for those with way too much free time! | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
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Fake posters is a great site to make my own classroom posters or for the students to use. With teachers always looking to save money, this is an easy step to design your own motivational poster for the classroom

 

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7 Assessment Tools to Identify Strengths in Students with Special Needs (and All Kids) |

7 Assessment Tools to Identify Strengths in Students with Special Needs (and All Kids) | | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
RT @jcaw118: 7 Assessment Tools to Identify Strengths in Students with Special Needs (and All Kids) - http://t.co/yIiVfwKOHi

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This site has plenty of helpful links and insight for assessing students with special needs. This will be very beneficial when creating Tier plans inside the classroom

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27 Simple Ways To Check For Understanding

27 Simple Ways To Check For Understanding | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
27 Simple Ways To Check For Understanding
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A quick guide to many ways to check for understanding in the classroom. This would be great to print off and keep handy by the desk.

 

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Classroom Assessment Ideas and Strategies

Classroom Assessment Ideas and Strategies | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
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This is a great checklist to see which assessment strategy you use the most in a classroom. It allows insight to see which ones you need to use more inside the classroom to add some variety.

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Classroom Management Tips

Classroom Management Tips | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
Kick off your classroom community with some of these helpful classroom management tips. :)

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Along with assessment on academic levels, some of these behavior management assessments are great for the classroom. I want to have a sports themes at some point in the school year and this chart is sweet!!

 

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Molly Schoenfeld's curator insight, April 4, 2014 11:27 AM

Another clever method of keeping students' behavior in check.

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How To Use Formative Assessment With (And Without) Technology - Edudemic

How To Use Formative Assessment With (And Without) Technology - Edudemic | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
Formative assessment tends to be a little more nebulous, and perhaps harder to nail it down with technology.

Via Patty Ball
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Since I can not keep my smart phone out of my hands on a day to day basis this is a great link to ideas in incorporating technology with assessment in the classroom as well as ideas for formative assessment without technology.

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Daniel Rimmereid's curator insight, March 25, 2014 9:05 PM

This was a neat little info graphic that gave some quick little snippets of insight into formative assessment. A point I liked was, “formative assessment is not a part of the grading process but it is a part of the instructional process.” I thought this was very helpful to think about, and a nice way to summarize the difference between formative and summative assessment. I also really like how the info graphic had ideas for formative assessment with and without technology. One of the suggestions for without technology was to have students fill out an exit ticket to allow them to leave. They had to write out one thing they learned from the lesson or some teachers can make their students summarize the lesson in a paragraph. One of my favorite technological formative assessments was when the teacher made a hashtag on twitter for students to use as a discussion forum. 

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Rubrics for Teachers

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A large selection of K-12 Rubrics and Assessment Tools for Teachers including ready made and do-it-yourself rubric generators for student assessment.
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This has plenty of rubric ideas and ways to create new ones based off the lessons you teach!

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A Visual Chart on Summative Vs Formative Assessment ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Visual Chart on Summative Vs Formative Assessment ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it

Via Elizabeth E Charles, Greg Mohlke
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This is a helpful chart to help distinguish the difference between summative and formative assessment. I will keep this handy for when I'm deciding if my assessment is one of the two.

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Caitlyn Tumo's curator insight, April 10, 2014 11:04 AM

This website does a great job with breaking down the differences between formative and summative assessment.

Greg Mohlke's curator insight, April 13, 2014 8:57 PM

This at-a-glance chart really defines summative and formative assessment concisely. I'm going to keep this chart handy so I don't confuse the two-types of assessment in the future.