Tech for Formative Assessment



Preassessment: bit.ly/preassess3May17
“Plickers is a powerfully simple tool that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices” www.plickers.com
A form generator that allows students to answer questions and draw responses, and for teachers to see what each student is thinking. bit.ly/atomsquiz-gforms

bit.ly/atomsquiz-goformative

See an example of how one of our math teachers is using Google Forms for students to generate formative self-assessment bit.ly/ATLselfassessment
“GradeProof is more than just a spelling and grammar checker. It goes further, providing intelligent rephrasing suggestions to not only correct your writing, but to refine your phrasing and make it [more] eloquent.” bit.ly/GradeProof
“Voyant Tools is a web-based reading and analysis environment for digital texts.” voyant-tools.org/
“Instead of a generic Q&A platform, passively waiting for students to participate, use Perusall to proactively engage students with each other about your readings, give them (automated) personalized guidance, and motivate your whole class.” perusall.com/
“Prism is a tool for ‘crowdsourcing interpretation.’ Users are invited to provide an interpretation of a text by highlighting words according to different categories, or ‘facets.’” prism.scholarslab.org/

bit.ly/roadnottakenprism