Quick Assessment

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Hello there!

I'm linking up with Erin from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom for her Teacher Tips Tuesday linky.  Thanks Erin for hosting!

From time to time, I have my students show me their learning on plastic plates.  
My students love writing on plastic plates.  
Plastic plates just engage every single student; even the reluctant ones.   

There are a variety of ways that you can use plastic plates, however one way that I use plastic plates is to project my questions or task cards onto the screen. 
Students respond to the questions onto their plates with a dry-erase marker.  
Once they are done responding,
they hold up their plates for me to quickly see and assess.
If I notice that students are having difficulty with a certain question,
then it immediately becomes a teachable moment. 

What quick and engaging assessment strategies do you use? 

Thanks Erin for a great linky! 

Have a great school week!




 

2 comments:

  1. I absolutely love this idea, Najda! I bet they stay cleaner than my whiteboards, too! Thanks for linking up! :)

    ~Erin
    Mrs. Beattie’s Classroom

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  2. What a great alternative to pricey whiteboards. Can't wait to share this at my school

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