Tag: Formative Assessment

Kidblog Podcast: Teaching Digital Citizenship

Kidblog Podcast: Teaching Digital Citizenship

Mr. Mark Pluckrose will be our knowledgeable teacher presenter sharing his ideas on teaching digital citizenship and the power of comments with education professionals like you interested in learning more integrating these lessons into your day to day classroom activities, and curriculums. Stay tuned for your listener discount code and check below for timestamps!  

Mr. Mark Pluckrose will be our knowledgeable teacher presenter sharing his ideas on teaching digital citizenship and the power of comments with education professionals like you interested in learning more integrating these lessons into your day to day classroom activities, and curriculums. Stay tuned for your listener discount code and check below for timestamps!  ... read more

Kidblog Podcast: Ditching the red pen with digital feedback

Kidblog Podcast: Ditching the red pen with digital feedback

This is the third in our Kidblog Podcast Series where we will be exploring a variety of topics related to classroom blogging. We created this specific podcast for any and all education professionals searching for ideas on improving/updating formative assessment techniques in elementary schools.   Timestamps: 1:42 Matthew Intro: Matthew Carrington discusses his education, current role

This is the third in our Kidblog Podcast Series where we will be exploring a variety of topics related to classroom blogging. We created this specific podcast for any and all education professionals searching for ideas on improving/updating formative assessment techniques in elementary schools.   Timestamps: 1:42 Matthew Intro: Matthew Carrington discusses his education, current role... read more

A better way to track growth and promote reflection

A better way to track growth and promote reflection

Assessments used to track student progress are certainly not new to teachers. However, it is important to consider that if you consistently use the same tool for assessment, these materials should be curated and referred to throughout the year. This ensures a conversation can happen between teachers, students, and guardians, reviewing  progress and growth. Kidblog offers

Assessments used to track student progress are certainly not new to teachers. However, it is important to consider that if you consistently use the same tool for assessment, these materials should be curated and referred to throughout the year. This ensures a conversation can happen between teachers, students, and guardians, reviewing  progress and growth. Kidblog offers... read more