Formative assessment at a distance is challenging but possible. This article discusses how to check for understanding and provide meaningful feedback to students working remotely. The author offers specific tips such as the importance of collecting data over time, providing feedback, and leveraging relationships. This article can be useful to teachers of any subject and ends with a reminder to use all formative data collected to provide students with timely feedback and adjust their own instruction based on data collected.
Source Organization: Edutopia