To anyone who has been interested in online assessment, this post goes out to you! We assure you, getting online with assessments is easy and enjoyable! But don't just take our word for it....we asked for tips from seasoned Edulastic educators across the country who are already using online assessment. After hearing their words of... Read More
**Editor’s Note: We just announced new webinars for this fall where you will be able to hear directly from teachers about how they use digital assessment for Math, Science, Social Studies, and ELA. We hope you’ll join us to learn tips, tricks, and best practices for digital assessment, directly from teachers!**** Sure, the concept of picking… Read More
*This post was originally written in 2016. Click here to check out our new test length article using our updated data set.* When you sit down to create a quiz, test or even an assignment, what is your approach? Do you start with a list of topics to cover or do you start with a… Read More
As one user of Edulastic to another, can you relate? The thrill of creating dozens of different question types compiled with instant testing feedback on a “dashboard of colors” is like that feeling when you first step into Disney World, or like walking the streets of Las Vegas for the first time. The automation is… Read More
Joanne presenting her findings at ISTE 2015. *The following post is inspired by Joanne Long's experience with using Edulastic. Joanne took a paper-and-pencil algebra placement test and made a digital version. The benefits of this transition to digital assessment included richer question types, greater insight into student knowledge and problem-solving skills, and access to rich (auto-generated) reports. In... Read More
Talk to any educator in a general way about assessments and they’ll tell you “we have enough of those.” Get more specific by mentioning formative assessments—done on a daily basis to foster personalized and differentiated instruction or remediation—and you’ll get their attention.