Title: Exit Ticket Emoji Description: End of lesson task to allow pupils to reflect on how the lesson went via the medium of Emoji. Idea adapted from Twitter.  #ded318

Title: Exit Ticket Emoji Description: End of lesson task to allow pupils to reflect on how the lesson went via the medium of Emoji. Idea adapted from Twitter. #ded318

Graphic that explains the different types of classroom assessments. Inspired by the book Mindsets in the Classroom by Mary Cay Ricci---Crockett's Classrroom

Graphic that explains the different types of classroom assessments. Inspired by the book Mindsets in the Classroom by Mary Cay Ricci---Crockett's Classrroom

I use this “Stoplight Method” as a formative assessment after my lessons to give me feedback on about what my students understand and, just as importantly, what they still don’t get.  I give each student a sticky note to write: GREEN: Today I learned… YELLOW: Today I considered (a question…; an idea…) RED: Today my learning stopped because…

Stoplight Method Formative Assessment

I use this “Stoplight Method” as a formative assessment after my lessons to give me feedback on about what my students understand and, just as importantly, what they still don’t get. I give each student a sticky note to write: GREEN: Today I learned… YELLOW: Today I considered (a question…; an idea…) RED: Today my learning stopped because…

Summative vs. Formative Assessments What’s the difference, anyway? Some like to think of the two as helping one another out – the formative assessments check progress along the way, while the summative assessment serves sort of as the ‘end survey’. While that works as a simplified explanation, there’s much more to it.

Summative vs. Formative Assessments What’s the difference, anyway? Some like to think of the two as helping one another out – the formative assessments check progress along the way, while the summative assessment serves sort of as the ‘end survey’. While that works as a simplified explanation, there’s much more to it.

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