Conducting formative assessments is one the ways that we can gauge our students’ understanding of the topics that we teach. Formative assessment doesn’t have to be boring for your students and it doesn’t have to be tedious for you. To help you make formative assessment fun for your students and informative for you, I am hosting a Practical Ed Tech webinar titled Fun Formative Assessments. This live webinar will be held on Monday afternoon at 4pm ET. (Yes, it will be recorded).
In this webinar you will learn how to use free tech tools to create and conduct fun, engaging, and informative formative assessments. Whether you teach elementary school, middle school, or high school, you will come away from this webinar with fun formative assessment activities that you can do the next day.
Fun Formative Assessments addresses the needs of teachers who don’t have computers or tablets for every student. And teachers who do have laptops, Chromebooks, or tablets for every student will learn some new ways to have students use those too. Register here.
Five Things You Can Learn In This Webinar:
1. What makes a formative assessment valuable to you while also fun for students.
2. How to create fun formative assessments for classrooms that aren’t 1:1.
3. Why you should leverage students’ picture-taking habits for formative assessment.
4. Development of engaging formative assessment activities that use a variety of question formats.
5. How to include students in the creation of formative assessments.
The cost of this webinar is $20.
Can’t make it to the live webinar? Don’t worry because, as long as you register in advance, you can access the recording on-demand the next day.
A note about fees for webinars:
Whenever I advertise a Practical Ed Tech webinar I am asked why they aren’t free. There are two reasons. One, hosting professional development events is one of the ways that I am able to keep the lights on at Free Technology for Teachers. Two, while all of the tools featured in my webinars are free to use, my time for teaching about them is not free.