Sunday, November 17, 2013

Some of My Favorite Web-based Assessment Tools

Thinglink is a great tool to construct individual or collective knowledge, reflections, ideas or opinions about anything - all in one place. Here I've asked others to help me 21st Century-ize this classroom. Hover over the nubbins to see what folks have to say.

This is a tool that allows students to create web-based graphic organizers. They can create alone or with others to organize their ideas and share their understanding. Students log in to a free popplet account and can create or join up to 5 popplets.

With this tool you can create questions that students respond to by recording themselves. Here are some sample videos that students created in their culinary class with Mrs. Berray. - mincing garlic - reaction to Food Inc

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