GAFE: Checking for Understanding and Scaffolded Assessments

Below is a copy of my presentation in the AppsEvents’ Google in Education Summit 2015 in Taichung, Taiwan. Check the event’s site here: http://taiwan.appsevents.com/

Introduction:

The session dwells on how Google Apps For Education (GAFE) can become effective tools in checking for students’ understanding. A review on the importance of checking for understanding and the importance of formative assessments will be given time. The main part of the session features sample formative assessments which used GAFE Docs, Forms, Slides and Classroom. How the assessments were designed and made will be discussed. Attendees will be asked to try and answer the sample assessments. Later on, hands-on part will have them create their own GAFE-made formative assessments.

This session requires basic knowledge on Google Docs, Forms, and Slides. A tour of the Google Classroom will be also included as we go along the session.

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GAFE- Tools in Checking for Understanding by Francis Jim Tuscano is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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