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Essential Classroom Technology to Reduce Digital Overload in K–12

EdTech Magazine

Just like periodic assessments can help teachers gauge student mastery of a particular subject, a periodic ed tech review can help teachers and administrators reflect on what works and what doesn’t. One thing that does not appear to be working for many teachers in the classroom is what might be called digital overload.

Classroom 364
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How to manage assessments in the blended classroom


However, the challenges that education around the globe is facing have triggered a transition to full time online learning, or at least a hybrid model of classroom and digital instruction and learning. Read more: 4 Models of blended learning to implement in the classroom. However, summative assessments offer a limited perspective.


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Classroom Routines Eliminate Chaos and Confusion

Catlin Tucker

Classrooms with clear systems, routines, expectations, and workflows run more smoothly, eliminating behaviors that can derail a class. This is easier to do when students know what to expect in both their physical classroom and online learning environment. Improving classroom management. self-assessment or retrieval practice).

Classroom 411
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Here’s how I used ChatGPT to assess student writing

Ditch That Textbook

Can AI assistants like ChatGPT help us assess student writing in the classroom? You can find her on Twitter (@Dcleveland00) […] The post Here’s how I used ChatGPT to assess student writing appeared first on Ditch That Textbook.

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How Formative Assessment Supports the Learning Journey

Speaker: Todd Theobald, Noel Gomez, Marcus Painter

Join educators and assessment experts as they discuss the role of formative assessment in student learning, how formative practices can guide the teaching and learning cycle, and the positive impact assessment can make on your classroom. Using assessment data to make informed decisions about instructional strategies.

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Data-driven Design: Use Data to Personalize Learning in a Blended Classroom

Catlin Tucker

During a recent session with a leadership team, we delved into the assessment cycle pictured below, which teachers can use to design effective learning experiences for students while strategically using data. Collecting Formative Assessment Data Formative assessments are ongoing assessments embedded throughout the learning process.

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14 Tech Assessment Strategies

Ask a Tech Teacher

Does s/he show evidence of learning by using tech class knowledge in classroom or home? Does s/he use core classroom knowledge (i.e., In an inquiry-based classroom, too much is a subjective analysis, a personal evaluation of the student’s uniqueness. Does s/he participate in class discussions?