## What are some online assessment tools?

5 Best Online Assessment Tools for Teachers

- Socrative – quizzes and questions with real-time grading.
- Google Forms – easy to use and COPPA/FERPA compliant.
- Mentimeter – pre-built education templates.
- Poll Everywhere – used by 300,000 teachers.
- Kahoot – game-based assessment tool.

## What are literacy assessment tools?

Phonics or Spelling Inventory. This is my favorite for late Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students!

**How do you assess numeracy skills for students?**

Six ways to use authentic assessment math in the classroom

- Performance assessment.
- Short investigations.
- Open-response questions.
- Portfolios.
- Self-assessment.
- Multiple-choice questions.

**What is the Sena assessment?**

The SENA, an assessment element of CMIT can be used in isolation by teachers to assess current levels of thinking in mathematics. The assessment provides teachers with information on students’ understandings of number formation and strategies used to solve problems.

### What are the list of assessment tools?

Assessment Tools: Introduction

- Rubrics. For assessing qualitative student work such as essays, projects, reports, or presentations, we recommend the use of rubrics.
- Curriculum Mapping.
- Focus Groups.
- Portfolios.
- Structured Interviews.
- Surveys.

### What are the five types of assessment tools?

6 Types of assessment to use in your classroom

- Diagnostic assessment. Let’s say you’re starting a lesson on two-digit multiplication.
- Formative assessment.
- Summative assessment.
- Ipsative assessments.
- Norm-referenced assessments.
- Criterion-referenced assessments.

**What is numeracy assessment?**

Assessment in mathematics and numeracy is more than forming judgements about a learner’s ability. It monitors the learner’s understanding of the mathematical language, concepts and skills and what they need to do to succeed. This requires: an understanding of how learning develops.

**What are additive strategies?**

Additive strategies are techniques used to solve addition problems from known facts. For example, we can change 9+6 into 10+5, so 9+6=15. So the term ‘additive strategies’ involves the partitioning of numbers, that is the understanding that numbers can be ‘broken up’ and recombined as in the calculation of 47+38 above.