4 Fun formative assessment tools for music educators
There are many times during the school year where you need to assess the progress or understanding of students in your classes, but with the technology tools available these days that process can be fun for both you and your students.
I talk about 4 different formative assessment tools that work well in the music classroom.
Resources and links mentioned in this episode
- Kahoot: set up your account and your quizzes here (to play a quiz/game with students go here)
- Related blog post (includes examples): 4 Engaging Ways To Tech-i-fy Assessment in Music Education
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