Formative Assessment Strategies
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FREE EXIT PASS: HASHTAGS
How To Use: 1. As a formative assessment to see if students understood a concept. 2. As a way for students to ask questions about something they didn't understand (which I can address or "tweet back" the next day) 3. As a way for students to tell the teacher something they found interesting.
Formative feedback: each student has a Popsicle stick with his/her name on it and places the stick in the appropriate can following a lesson or formative assessment. This would allow for some anonymity, but the teacher is able to know which students need help. Could do for individual learning targets as well.
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This is a great peer-review strategy for any classroom! Students can swap writing pieces and complete a TAG form. They can create a TAG sticky note and do a gallery walk of writing pieces, TAGging each writing piece displayed with their feedback. FREE!! This is a perfect way to promote positive feedback and student reflection during writing workshop!
Using Entrance Slips to Guide Instruction: A Formative Assessment Resource
If you are like me, you know that formative assessment can make the biggest difference in student learning. This resource talks about my use of "entrance" slips and gives more than 20 different slips PLUS suggestions for use for each--and even more assessment "help"! Ready to use for any subject, low ink, and geared for grades 2-6. $5
They Paved Paradise... - Math Coach's Corner
Math Coach's Corner: They Paved Paradise... Create a poster with a numbered square for each student in your class and assign each student a number. When you want to do a quick assessment, students respond on a sticky note and put it on their numbered square.