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|This blog post provides you with 10 different examples of how Google Forms can be used in the class for assessment, surveying, evaluations, and reflections. You can view the forms from this teacher or get a copy for you to share with your teachers. These forms seem to be mostly for elementary/middle schools, but you can copy the existing forms and modify to fit your needs. Included are spelling test form, getting to know you form, and reading record form, and learning success form.|
|A Visual Representation of Bloom's Taxonomy Hierarchy with a 21st Century Skills Frame.|
|The Arkansas Learning Management System (ALMS) provides teachers with a platform to easily manage and deliver elearning, create and deliver online assessments, and automate the grading of essays through a system of online peer-review. The main purpose of the system is to provide the means by which teachers and students can share things they create for their system with other schools, and there is an electronic repository on the main website to facilitate this sharing. The system is free for any school, public or private, to use.|
|The Partnership for 21st Century Skills has put together two great resources relating to assessment. The first is The Assessment of 21st Century Skills: The Current Landscape (June 2005), a comprehensive resource for policy, education, and business leaders. The second resource, Assess 21, is a database that provides a growing collection of practical assessments and information related to assessing 21st century skills and learning.|
|In this TICALevision episode Megan Power, a kindergarten teacher at Del Sur Elementary School in Poway Unified School District demonstrates how she uses an interactive whiteboard and a classroom response system in her kindergarten and former 1st grade classroom. You will be amazed how simple these tools are to use. Megan also shares a variety of strategies you can bring to your teachers.|
|Common Core Connect is a project of Tulare County Office of Education, designed to hold an ever-growing repository of Common Core related online multimedia resources. Common Core Connect multimedia can be found using their simple search form, or via their advanced search tool, which allows you to search by standard, keyword, grade level, content area and more. Resource types include websites, video content, and document types such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF.|
|The Hunt Institute is leading the movement to transform American education. The institute supports state and national policymakers to drive educational reform. This resource is a link to a series of videos about the Common Core and the Smarter Balanced Assessment.|
|Dr. Helen Barrett has partnered with Google to develop a step-by-step plan for using Google Sites to create ePortfolios. Visit this online resource to see how educators can create their own no cost online portfolios.|
|Developed by Dr. Helen Barrett, this Google Site focuses of the use of Google Apps to create ePortfolios. Dr. Barrett provides specific directions and portfolio examples for educators to review.|
|Check out short videos related to anything educational. From student videos to online lectures and from professional development tips to product how-to's these videos are housed in one place so you are able to find everything.|