Formative and Summative Assessment
The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used by instructors to improve their teaching and by students to improve their learning.

The goal of summative assessment is to evaluate student learning at the end of an instructional unit by comparing it against some standard or benchmark.

EdTech Resources to Support Assessment
Kahoot
Classroom response system which creates an engaging learning space, through a game-based digital pedagogy.
  • Students can create and share their own quizzes.
  • Survey or poll students for discussion.
  • Quick formative checks for understanding. 
  • How can Kahoot support student learning in your classroom?
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Recap is a free student video response and reflection app that lets teachers and parents see how students learn.
  • Help students create video reflections on activities and lessons. 
  • Collect and share student responses to open-ended questions. 
  • Connect and evaluate standards connected to an activity in a digital assignment. 
  • How can Recap support student learning in your classroom?
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Goobric and Doctopus work with Google Classroom to support the creation and sharing of rubrics and results in Google Drive.
  • Provide quick and easy feedback for student assignments and projects.
  • Add docAppender to allow students self-evaluate and peer evaluate student work. 
  • Connect and evaluate standards connected to an activity in a digital assignment. 
  • How can Goobric and Doctopus support student learning in your classroom?
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Plan events, make a survey or poll, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way with Google Forms.
  • Flubaroo is a Google Forms Add-on that can automatically grade, analyze, and share results with students.
  • Superquiz is another Google Form Add-on that connects standards, grading, and analysis. 
  • Data from forms can be organized, shared, and analyzed in Google Sheets. 
  • How can Google Forms support student learning in your classroom?
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Engage your class in deep learning, create live Word Clouds, take attendance, collect anonymous feedback, and check-in on learning goals.
  • Live polls can be embedded in Powerpoints and Google slides to show live results.
  • Quickly add polls to gauge student understanding live.
  • Poll questions include: Multiple Choice, Free Response, True / False, Clickable images, and Q &A / brainstorm polls.
  • How can Poll Everywhere support student learning in your classroom?
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Socrative is an online polling / assessment tool that works across multiple devices and provides analysis of responses. 
  • Create a quick question to gauge student understanding on the spot. 
  • Have students work collaborativly to compete in a "Space Race" quiz or trivia challenge.
  • Create and manage quick and easy exit slips.
  • How can Socrative support student learning in your classroom?
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Formative runs on any internet connected device and is optimized for an 1:1, BYOD, flipped or blended classroom. 
  • Post a problem and view live results of student work.
  • Post a prompt and have students diagram or draw their responses. 
  • Share diagrams, drawings, and YouTube clips to evaluate student understanding.
  • How can formative support student learning in your classroom?
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Edpuzzle is an online resource to incorporate video into online lessons with embedded quizzes. 
  • Crop a video to share short sections with key concepts.
  • Insert audio notes or record over a video with your voice.
  • Easily add quizzes with questions at specific points in the video. 
  • How can Edpuzzle support student learning in your classroom? 
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