Assessment and Feedback

 

Click here to return to the Digital Technologies homepage Click here to return to the Distance Learning homepage

On this page you will find a selection of video tutorials from the PDST Digital Technologies team showing how various digital tools which can be used to support assessment and to provide effective feedback to pupils/students.  Click on the icons below to view short screencasts on each tool. 

 

You can also view the Online Tools Tutorials series of screencasts to learn how to get started with many of the tools listed below.  

 

Digital Tools to support assessment and effective feedback

Class DoJo Formative

Flipgrid

Google Classroom
Google Docs Microsoft One Note Microsoft Teams Microsoft Word

Nearpod Seesaw Screencastify Vocaroo

 

 

 

Class DoJo

 

This screencast provides an overview of how to provide pupils with effective feedback on their work using Class DoJo.  

 

Click here for more information on Class DoJo. 

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

Formative

 

This screencast provides an overview of how to provide students with feedback on work submitted using Formative

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

Flipgrid

This screencast provides an overview of how to provide students with feedback on student video responses submitted using Flipgrid.

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

Google Classroom

 

This screencast explains the importance of sharing learning intentions and success criteria when setting assignments on Google Classroom and demonstrates how they can be used to support the provision of feedback to students. 

 

This screencast shows how the Talk and Comment Chrome extension can be used to provide oral feedback to students on work they submit using Google Docs via Google Classroom.  

 

Rubrics provide students with structure and overview of teacher expectations when completing assignments.  In this short screencast, you will learn how to create a rubric in Google Classroom

 

Providing effective feedback to pupils/students using the private comments and comment bank features of Google Classroom.

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

Google Docs

 

Kaizena is a Google Docs add-on that can be used to provide voice feedback to pupils or students.  This screencast provides an overview of how teachers can use Kaizena. 

 

Please note that both the teacher and pupil/student will need to have the add-on activated on Google Docs. 

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

Microsoft One Note

This screencast explores how teachers can provide audio feedback, use digital ink or share written feedback with pupils using Microsoft One Note.

 

 

This screencast demonstrates how teachers can use a rubric and a checklist to support formative assessment with pupils in Microsoft One Note.

 

 

 

Microsoft Teams

 

 

This screencast demonstrates how to provide text-based feedback to students using the comment feature in Microsoft Teams.  

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

 

Microsoft Word

 

If a school isn't currently using a learning platform, students may email their work to teachers using a Word doc.  This short screencast demonstrates how teachers can provide feedback to students using the comments and reviewing features in Microsoft Word.  

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

Nearpod

 

 

Nearpod can be used to support formative assessment where the teacher can adjust their teaching in response to the comprehension of the pupils or students.  In this screencast, you can learn how to provide feedback to pupils/students based on the work they have submitted. 

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

Seesaw

 

 

This screencast explores how teachers can use provide pupils with voice feedback in Seesaw based on a mini-rubric.  

 

Click here for more information on using Seesaw with your pupils. 

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

 

Screencastify

 

This screencast explores how teachers can use the Screencastify chrome extension to provide feedback to pupils on work they have created in Google Slides/Google Classroom.  The same process would also work with any other type of assignment submitted by students, whether as an email attachment or anything that appears on screen.  While Screencastify has been used in this case, a similar workflow would work with alternative screencasting software, e.g. Loom or Screencastomatic.  

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

 

Vocaroo

 

 

Vocaroo is a digital tool which can be used to create voice instructions to support assessment and also provide feedback to pupils/students.  This screencast demonstrates how simple it is to create voice instructions or feedback and several ways to share this with pupils/students. 

Back to list of digital assessment tools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to return to the Digital Technologies homepage Click here to return to the Distance Learning homepage