Tag: Instant Feedback

In case you haven’t noticed, most of my blog posts have covered a specific topic: immediate feedback. In my postĀ Five Tips for a Technology-Infused PE Class, I talked about using Google Forms with pre-filled data to grade students’ performance as well as using Formative. I also gave my take on Kahoot!, Quizizz, and Quizlet in a post about quiz games. And one of my first blog posts was about Four Tools for Instant Feedback, featuring Khan Academy, No Red Ink, Quizlet (again), and Spelling City. The reason why I am promoting this so much is that I believe it provides…

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One of the most important aspects in learning is to know whether you have succeeded or need to continue practicing. Often times, teachers assign homework to students. The students do all of the problems or finish the worksheet, practicing the skill over and over. But what happens when the student practices 20 problems incorrectly? They have practiced failing over and over. That is where instant feedback plays a pivotal role. When practicing a formula or process, receiving instant feedback lets students know if they are on the right track or need extra help. Students want to be successful. If they…

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