FREEBIE! Strategies to summatively assess student learning! Focus on Student Learning is a series of teaching resources created to support teachers and save them time. Each booklet within the series takes one aspect of instruction and suggests multiple ways of using that instruction practice in the classroom. Book Three: Summative Assessment - 50 Ways to Gather Evidence of Student Learning provides teachers with ideas of evidence they can collect.
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - States of matter test - this should be followed by the bingo review game. It gives the students the opportunity to show their learning through definitions, depictions, and real world situations. See this website for the entire lesson plan http://betterlesson.com/lesson/42565/states-of-matter-review-and-assessment
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.
FREE!!! Students have the ability to pick one of the 6 choices to complete their project on surface area and volume. Great summative assessment for the end of the unit.Please see my Area and Volume Unit for more resources by clicking below!Pre-Algebra Surface Area and Volume Unit
If you’re not using exit slips, you really should try them. Basically, you give students a quick prompt at the end of class (or for elementary, at the end of the day or the end of a subject). Then the students have just a couple minutes to write an answer and turn it in. Why … Read More →