Student-Centered Assessment Tools for Remote Learning

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Assessment is a critical component of teaching and learning. Measuring student learning through assessments allows both the teacher and student to analyze how successfully the students are meeting the activities’ purpose and objectives. Teachers are confronted with the challenge of creating meaningful learning experiences and authentic assessments during remote learning experiences. The nature of remote … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Google Forms – Part 1

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Google Forms offers easy-to-use templates for creating polls, quick quizzes, signups, and forms for collecting emails or other information. Google Forms offers a quick way to assess students’ learning and is a great option for both the traditional classroom and remote learning. Teachers can choose to include various answer types, including multiple choice, short answer, … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Edpuzzle Part 2

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In part 1 of this blog, we introduced you to Edpuzzle and discussed the application of both the SAMR model and the Triple E Framework to help you integrate Edpuzzle into your lessons. Today’s post offers detailed instructions about how to use this tool and also shares many classroom use ideas by subject. How to … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Edpuzzle Part 1

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Edpuzzle is an engaging tool you can use to transform videos into interactive, self-paced instructional tools for blended or traditional lessons. Choose relevant clips or full videos and add your own voice narration or discussion throughout the video or at the end. For accountability, you can also see if students have viewed the videos and … read more »


Rubrics to the Rescue When Teaching Remotely

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As educators provide lessons through remote teaching, one question is how to assess student learning effectively. Schools and districts are taking varying approaches. Some schools don’t have assessment policies; others have specific guidelines by grade level and subject for required assessment and recording of grades. One of the features of remote learning that many teachers … read more »