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How Digital Study Techniques Improve Exam Preparation

Ask a Tech Teacher

When my friend, Emma, was preparing for finals, she used Trello to organize her study schedule, Quizlet for flashcards, and weekly Google Meet sessions with classmates to discuss tough topics, transforming her test stress into an effective study routine. Because studying for exams can feel overwhelming.

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Notetaking and Study Apps

Ask a Tech Teacher

Note-taking and Study Apps. Taking notes from discussions helps greatly in remembering important points raised and in aiding you to study for exams and other assessment activities. Check out this article from The Tech Edvocate with a list of six ideas, including: Google Keep. ClickUp (not familiar to me).

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Formative Assessment During #RemoteLearning

The Web20Classroom

This week we look at Formative Assessment, how it works and why it can be a powerful tool no matter what your teaching and learning looks like. Traditionally, teaching has been a one-way enterprise with the teacher dispelling knowledge for a period of time and then assessing what the students know either through a quiz or test.

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5 Ways Ed-tech Can Enhance Social Studies Lessons

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Lately, I’ve concentrated on social studies. I chatted with my PLN, browsed forums where I knew efriends hung out, and taught a slew of online grad school classes to teachers who always are willing the discuss their newest favorite social studies tech tool. That means it’s easy to apply to your social studies class.

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How digital tools and AI can enhance social studies

eSchool News

This article explores the significance of digital tools in social studies instruction, delving into their benefits, implications, and the emerging capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) in both elementary and secondary settings.

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How to minimize cheating in online assessments

Neo LMS

Sixty-eight percent of graduate students have admitted to cheating, according to this 13-year study by Dr. Donald McCabe. As the name suggests, the proctoring feature ensures that assessments are carried out safely. Through this feature, you typically limit students’ access to assessments until the day of the exam.

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Curriculum-based Assessments–A Powerful Diagnostic Tool

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Curriculum-Based Assessment (CBA), often equated with Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM), is any form of assessment that measures progress toward fulfillment of a stated curriculum. Once these are in place, you devise the assessments — formative and summative — that will provide the evidence of achievement.