Web Tools to Help with Formative (or Summative) Assessments

Course Overview

In this workshop you will learn how to incorporate a few fun and engaging tools that will help you gather information on your students as they work towards their learning goals in your classroom. Web 2.0 tools like Kahoot!, Socrative, PlayPosit (formerly eduCanon), Exit Ticket and Plickers will be examined.

Some of these tools allow you to enter students as well as collect and analyze the data. Some of these tools can be a quick and easy way to dipstick, activate prior knowledge or act as a ticket to leave. Other tools can be a more robust, more comprehensive testing tool/student response system.

You will walk away with a toolbox of resources that are easy to use in your classroom to help you better understand what your students understand.

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Location

This 2016 Summer Workshop will be held online. Login information will be provided once you register.

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  • Course Details

    In this workshop you will learn how to incorporate a few fun and engaging tools that will help you gather information on your students as they work towards their learning goals in your classroom. Web 2.0 tools like Kahoot, Socrative, Educanon, Exit Ticket and Plickers will be examined. Some of these tools allow you to enter students as well as collect and analyze the data. Some of these tools can be a quick and easy way to dipstick, activate prior knowledge or act as a ticket to leave. Other tools can be a more robust, more comprehensive testing tool/student response system.

    You will walk away with a toolbox of resources that are easy to use in your classroom to help you better understand what your students understand.

    This workshop will be conducted over four online sessions held on Wednesdays:

    • July 13, 2016
    • July 20, 2016
    • July 27, 2016
    • August 3, 2016
    • August 10, 2016

    Instructor

    Donna Criswell

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