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Casey Weisner Apr 18
A2: Using sites such as Canvas, Blackboard, itsLearning, and more are great ways to use technology to assess student work throughout the year.
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Ciara Ross Apr 18
R2: I think there are some great websites for assessing student growth while also keeping them engaged and having fun, like Kahoot! There are also so many ways students can utilize tech to demonstrate their own knowledge of the content for projects and presentations!
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Kevin Self Apr 18
R3: again allows you to differentiate within your modules. I have ENL students taking the same test in their native language right next to native English speakers. I can differentiate assignments, create translated documents and link them within modules.
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Skyelar Lattimroe Apr 18
Replying to @T_Copple
R1: For me, games have always worked to lower stress and review for big assessments so that is always where I go especially with younger kids.
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Griffin Shearer W200 23h
Replying to @T_Copple @INeLearn
I think using resources such as quizzlet and kahoot help assess student performance throughout the year and help promote student growth.
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Griffin Shearer W200 23h
Replying to @T_Copple @INeLearn
A1: I will use interactive assignments such as kahoot and projects in order to keep students engaged, and hold their attention on the material.
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Matt Modlin 2h
Madison, my kindergartner loved the ! Her favorite part was the review emojis and being able to say the word with feedback on how she was saying it!
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Lisa Cutshall 13h
Google Sheets is so powerful now. Did you know all these? I learned a few new ones I can’t wait to try! 27 incredibly useful things you didn’t know Google Sheets could do
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Griffin Shearer W200 23h
Replying to @HollyBui8 @T_Copple
I think an emphasis on collaborative activities is a great idea!
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Griffin Shearer W200 23h
Replying to @T_Copple
A5: We can use data to see where students struggles in previous years in order to change our teaching methods and focus to insure that the students next year have a better time with the more difficult material.
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Tiffany Apr 18
Really and truly, I thought nobody would show up to talk about assessment, but you came out STRONG as ever ! We can hang around for the after party if needed. :)
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Mr. Ennen 21h
Replying to @T_Copple
A5: I think that we have to notice trends and be able to work on changing how we teach certain things because they might not work every class.
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Ciara Ross Apr 18
RI: I think a great way to keep students engaged is to assign projects that are more interactive, like PBL lessons! I think it's also great to give students space to move around and even go outside for a bit when possible!
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Griffin Shearer W200 23h
Replying to @T_Copple
A4: I use Quizlit to prepare for testing. I'll often take online practice tests to prepare myself to sit for a long test.
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Mr. Ennen 21h
Replying to @T_Copple
A2: We can assign them assessments online and have them use resources like ActivelyLearn and have them have to read and take quizzes by a certain date or programs like APEX for topics like US History.
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Indiana eLearning 9h
It's time to think about Tidying Up Edtech in the Classroom! Join moderator for a lively chat this Thursday, April 25 @ 9pm EDT here on .
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Lydia Apr 18
R4: I think using review resources that are still fun is helpful for students to prepare. For example, Kahoot is fantastic and engaging and so are activities like review Jeopardy
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Jessica Zepik Apr 18
R1: Keep it fun and hands on! Change up routines you’ve had all year.
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Skyelar Lattimroe Apr 18
Replying to @T_Copple
A3: I am doing an online tutoring with a third grader using Scootpad which uses student's progress to shape what material they are given and how hard assessments are. Having assignments that work for a certain skill level is beneficial for them.
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Lydia Apr 18
R3: I think resources that allow students to work at their on pace are very useful. For example, putting together videos with questions on EdPuzzle or putting together some slides on Nearpod are great for more independent and personalized learning
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