Assess Students During Remote Learning?

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Summary.pngHere are some options for teachers looking for formative assessment tools during remote learning.
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Below are some options for assessing students during remote learning.

SMART Notebook Response

Create formative assessments using SMART Notebook’s response 2 wizard. Use the response 2 wizard to create actionable question sets. Focusing on formative assessments, this feature supports the need for educators to effectively assess students in order to guide learning. Students access assessments by navigating to on any devices. Here's an article which details how to set up this type of assessment.

Schoology Tests and Quizzes

Create tests/quizzes in your Schoology course to assess your students' grasp of the material or evaluate their preparedness for class. Each test/quiz is automatically graded (unless you've included a subjective question, such as a short answer/essay), providing you with instant and powerful feedback that can help guide your upcoming lesson plans. Here's a webpage with details on how to create and administer with Schoology.

Create & grade quizzes with Google Forms

Here's a link to a Google Support Site which details how you can use Google Forms as an Assessment Tool.

Using DigiExam

DigiExam is a browser-based digital exam writing tool developed for upper school teachers and students. Teachers have access to various format options when creating an exam and can organize a collection of exams for future use. This tool is the closest you can get to delivering a traditional/proctored exam during this period of remote learning. Here's an article about how to request an account, and set up an exam.