A good formative takes some planning, some delivery, and some scrutiny. But let’s not forget the formative’s cooler, and more laid-back cousin: instructional feedback. Instructional feedback doesn’t judge. He’s often unobtrusive, and sneaks into your lessons effortlessly and without notice. And best of all, you can train your students to not only expect this, but to request instructional feedback. Take a look at the variety of techniques ESSD40 teachers are using.
Try some more digital tools...
There are a ton of quick formative tools for students and teachers to use on their tablets. Follow the link below to access several that might work for you.http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2016/06/12-great-formative-assessment-tools-for.html
Melissa Miller | High School Instructional Coach
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