A weekly half hour chat focused on improving access to education for PK-12 students through the use of Accessible Educational Materials (AEM), Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and Assistive Technology (AT).
A1: …the planned, continuous process teachers and students use to reveal learning, analyze learning, and adjust instruction and learning strategies to enhance students’ achievement of intended outcomes. -DOE #PatinsIcam
Think about the feedback you're giving. Feedback (doesn't mean a grade! or a number!) goes straight back to @BevSharritt 's comment, don't shut the brain down, give opportunity for growth mindset! Amazing what you can do without grades/% correct #PatinsIcam
One thing I like about formative assessment is the limitless variety of tools available. Kahoot, Plickers both come to mind. Adapt these to remove time constraints and motor problems and you have UDL tools. #PatinsIcam
A9: worked with K's today, and needed to know if they could touch & drag on the screen. They also needed diagonal. So we assessed & taught this prior to the app for reading, & were able to assist those that didn't have the fine motor yet so they didn't get frustrated. #PatinsIcam