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One word... HILARIOUS!

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iHelp iPads - Assessment

iHelp iPads - Assessment | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
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Breaks down different elements of assessment and provides apps to address those particular areas. I, personally, like Stick Pick when it comes to tracking student progress because it aligns with Bloom's taxonomy. However, some of these apps do cost money!

 

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Christina Gasaway's curator insight, April 13, 2014 10:40 PM

I found this to be a great multiple resources in one package. I had a teacher rave about how class dojo helped her assess behavior issues in the classroom and implement a plan for better behavior. Also, Stick pick I think is neat. The program picks a person randomly for you and aligns with Bloom's taxonomy.

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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
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This provides an excellent visual comparing and contrasting formative and summative assessment. Whenever the elements of formative and summative assessments are in question, this would be a quick way to review each.

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Christina Gasaway's curator insight, April 13, 2014 10:43 PM

This tool can be utilized as a visual to explain the difference between summative and formative assessment. There are examples included as well, after the defined reasonings behind the process. 

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Teacher Trap: classroom

Teacher Trap: classroom | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
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Awesome anchor chart for explain just what the  grade means! So often students receive their grade (either letter or numerical) but they have no way to interpret what those symbols mean. This gives the students, especially younger students, explanations of their what their grades mean.

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Leader in Me - Oak Grove School: Hamburger Rubric

Leader in Me - Oak Grove School: Hamburger Rubric | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
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I love the rubric with the visual aid, especially for the primary grades. Sometimes a rubric full of words can be overwhelming for these emergent readers. A visual aid they are familiar with may be a more effective way to convey what is expected of their work.

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12 Digital Tools To Implement Exit Slips - Edudemic

12 Digital Tools To Implement Exit Slips - Edudemic | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
This year our district implemented the use of exit slips to assess student daily learning. So, what are exit slips? Quite simply, exit slips are used to help students reflect on their learning. (Some great suggestions!

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A list of 12 links to sites that can be used for exit slips, a formative assessment. Most of the links are to sites that generate polls, surveys, or some sort of online communication. These would be great if the teacher wanted to graph/plot the answers to the exit slip questions.

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Feedback, feed-forward, peer-assessment and project-based learning

Feedback, feed-forward, peer-assessment and project-based learning | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
She encouraged me to look at the work of Black and Wiliam (Inside the Black Box being their most well known and eloquent paper on feedback and assessment), Hattie (his book Visible Learning on the effect sizes of a variety of teaching methods...

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Checklists for peer assessment or self assessment. Clear, easy to read, and asks for specific feedback.

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Rubrics for Teachers | rubrics4teachers.com

Rubrics for Teachers | rubrics4teachers.com | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
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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Pre-made rubrics for almost any topic (both elementary and secondary), plus rubric generators.

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Patty Ball's curator insight, August 6, 2013 2:11 PM

more links to rubrics for teachers

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25 Top Concept-Mapping Tools For Visual Learning

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25 Top Concept-Mapping Tools For Visual Learning

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Site provides so many resources for concept mapping. The provides sites for KWHL charts, concept webs, pro/con charts, and many others. All of the provided sites seem they would be effective when combined with a interactive whiteboard or iPads.

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Student Data Tracker

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Use this Student Data Tracker to have student take responsibility for their learning, and track their understanding of the specific learning targets that you
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It is important that students track their own progress. This would cause the student to really reflect on their understanding of a topic, and it would provide them (as well as the teacher/parent/guardian) with a visual representation of their assessments.

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Events in Instruction- Event #8

Events in Instruction- Event #8 | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
Event # 8 Now your students have performed something to demonstrate understand. But how do you assess that performance? Was the assessment of the performance reliable and valid? Try these 27 tips t...
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This is an easy-to-read break down of how assessment in the classroom should be done. This would be a great thing to have as a poster by the teacher's desk anytime the teacher feels like the need a refresher.

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Stoplight Independent Practice

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I adapted this strategy from my super awesome teacher buddy, Miss Clee! The only supplies needed are some colored construction paper! This is a great way to gauge student's progress during independ...
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A great way  to assess the students individually while they are working independently. It allows the student to tell the teacher where he or she is on the spectrum of understanding without even saying a word. It would indicate to the teacher which student may need to be pull aside for extra help.

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Love this idea | Classroom Communication | Pinterest

Love this idea | Classroom Communication | Pinterest | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
This Pin was discovered by Leigh Pourciau. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. | See more about exit slips, exit tickets and students.

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A quick formative assessment that can be used every week, day, or even transition between subjects. The anonymity may be nice for the students; however, having a way to identify which student posted what would help the teacher provide extra help to those who need it.

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Motivational Poster Generator

Motivational Poster Generator | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
FakePosters.com: Demotivational Posters for those with way too much free time! Browse or create your own demotivational poster.

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Allows users to summarize a topic or correlate a definition to a picture (or vice versa). It would be a quick, efficient way to assess overall understanding of a specific topic. Allows users to really think outside of the box.

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Jessica Roberts's curator insight, April 10, 2014 4:09 PM

This is a useful tool that can allow the students to create a visual definition for a word. The can define the word or use a clever phrase that goes along with their word. They can also tie a picture into the poster to help visualize the word.

Christina Gasaway's curator insight, April 13, 2014 10:46 PM

Having students create their own posters allows students to process their learning and take ownership for their work through creative expression and minimal restrictions.

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iRubric: Home of free rubric tools: RCampus

iRubric: Home of free rubric tools: RCampus | Assessment Resources | Scoop.it
iRubric: The only free rubric builder and assessment tool. Working with rubrics has never been easier. Build, Assess, Share, and Collaborate using our intuitive tools.

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Easy and manageable rubric generator. Allows user to edit all aspects, which provides a lot of flexibility.

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Amy Burns's curator insight, September 22, 2013 4:20 PM

Build your own rubrics or see what other teachers are using . 

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Using Google Docs for Rubrics | huffenglish.com

You can create self-grading rubrics if you like, or you can create rubrics that tally the number of rubric points and convert it to a grade. The first might save a little time, but the second allows you more control over the final grade.
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Pre-made rubrics for student presentations. Most out of 100 points... best for upper grades.

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