Polling options include multiple choice, word cloud, rating scales, and short answer, and teachers choose the length of time sessions will remain active.
“Our customers discovered that the way they were assessing student performance in the classroom was not in line with standards mastery on achievement tests,” said Pearson.
NAEP research shows that two-thirds of U.S. students still lack reading proficiency and at least one-half of these students lack adequate basic word recognition skills.
Showbie is an assignment, submission and grading tool for desktop and mobile devices, tuned to flipped and one-to-one computing classrooms.
Stick Pick is a classroom-management and -assessment app that takes the popsicle-stick-in-a-can concept digital and expands it to help teachers improve the way they ask questions in the classroom.
The world of school is different now. We’re not following the traditional model of kids in rows and teacher centered instruction.
“i-Ready provides our staff with the data and tools necessary to help our students make great gains in proficiency of state standards,” said Teni Helmberger, Director of Special Education and Assessment at Kokomo School Corporation in Kokomo, IN.
Illuminate Education has acquired FastBridge Learning, a research-driven assessment platform that helps teachers measure and monitor student progress.
Time to Climb is designed to ignite friendly competition and interactivity in the classroom while assessing students’ understanding.
Illuminate Education announces significant enhancements to its eduCLIMBER, DnA, SchoolCity SUITE, Achievement Dashboard and Inspect PLUS products.
Kahoot!, a free student-response tool for all platforms, allows teachers to run game-like multiple-choice answer quizzes.
This assessment tool allows teachers to create rich quiz-type content and engage all students through quick formative assessment questions or healthy team competitions.
“The ODE approvals...underscore the impact of i-Ready Diagnostic in the classroom,” said Rob Waldron, CEO of Curriculum Associates.
With the new smart practice feature, students can revisit difficult questions, remember content better, and collect emotes as a reward.