September 11

Teching Up Formative and Summative Assessment

This blog is written by Emily Nestor (@emlouau). She is the Title 1 Resource/Technology Integration Specialist at Winterboro High School. #Exceptional Blog post Mrs. Nestor!

Assessment is an important component of teaching and learning. The data gathered from both formative and summative assessments help educators to make both long term and short term instructional decisions that will have an impact on student learning. For most, when the word assessment is mentioned a picture of a student taking a long, formal test comes to mind.  And although some assessments do look like this, this doesn’t have to be norm for classroom assessments. By adding a little tech to it, educators can apply the same ideology behind an assessment, but  make it more appealing and engaging to students! Some of these tech tools, such as Triventy, Quizziz, and Quizalize turn assessments into digital games where students are racing against each other to be the first to answer correctly! Other tech tools like ProProgs Quiz Maker and Google Forms with Flubaroo allow students to take a “traditional” assessments digitally and eliminate the hassle of a having to grade each assessment.

Check our these tech tools a little more in depth below!

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Posted September 11, 2016 by Emily Harris in category ACT Aspire, Formative Assessment, Technology

1 thoughts on “Teching Up Formative and Summative Assessment

  1. Addy Feuerstein

    Hi, Addy of Triventy here. Thanks for the mention!

    May I also add that one of the advantages for using Triventy is the collaborative option – teachers can invite students to add questions to their quizzes (typically as a homework assignment, before the lesson) so that the students become both ‘players’ and tutors’.


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