Last week, I posted my presentation “Every Teacher a Literacy Teacher Using Technology Tools” from what I shared with the 2015 Kenan Fellows at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) in June. As promised, though a little late, I am adding the other presentation: “Simplifying a Teacher’s Life: Free Technology Tools for Assessment” this week.
The video is long (30 minutes), but as with any flipped lesson, it provides the benefit of being able to pause, skip, or come back to it as needed. Plus, the focus is free technology tools to collect student data so you spend less time grading, so in the end you will get your 30 minutes back, I promise! 🙂
- Care to share your experience or planned use for any of these tools?
- Have another tool to add?
Please share in the comments!
7 thoughts on “Vol.#63: Simplifying a Teacher’s Life: Free Technology Tools for Assessment”
Great vidéo, i have the opportunity to use the three first tools so i Will try for the other tools. Thank you very much.
I intend to use these tools with my students as part of my ipdp goals to better collect and use data to assess student learning or lack their of.
Starting a new year off with new tools. Your overview of the sites was concise and informative. I will pick and choose the site that fits for my class. Thanks for giving me that option. You just made my life easier.
I am so glad it was helpful! Cheers to your new year!
Thank you for sharing. I am going to share this in a presentation to my Gifted Endorsement Class next week.