Timothy Runge, of the Department of Educational and School Psychology, will present a session on Formative Assessment at the Reflective Practice Large Group meeting on Wednesday, April 17 March 6, from 3:35–4:50 p.m. in Stabley 210.
Runge will teach us how to create a more engaging classroom—one in which we can teach at students’ appropriate instructional levels by using various polling technologies. Runge will focus on the use of Polleverywhere.com technology to assess students’ mastery of course content either during or before class. Data from these activities are then used to modify instruction that is matched to students’ needs. Low-technology options for polling students’ course mastery will also be discussed.
This event is open to faculty and teaching associates only.
It is not necessary to RSVP.
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