• General Interest / All Audiences Session
Thursday, October 22, 2015 | 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Room 403 (Atlantic City Convention Center)
Classroom-based formative assessment (CBFA) implemented effectively can be a powerful way to improve teaching and learning. The strategic use of innovative tools can sharpen these formative assessment techniques. Come learn more tools, try them out, and leave with ideas and tools to enhance your use of CBFAs.
- Annual Perspectives in Mathematics Education: Assessment to Enhance Learning and Teaching – 2015
- “My Favorite No” (YouTube) – Teaching Channel, 2011
- Screencasting (Interactive Whiteboard) Apps
- Comprehensive Tools
- Formative – Create formative tasks; students respond by typing, drawing, or with images; http://goformative.com/
- Cuethink – A peer-to-peer iPad application for problems solving; https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cuethink/id827569094?mt=8
- Flipgrid – Submit a question on a “grid”; audience responds via video; view responses; http://www.flipgrid.com
- Mathspace – Perhaps with hinge questions? Item banks; student handwriting recognition; immediate feedback; www.mathspace.co