One-to-One Computing is a great way to quickly identify misconceptions and assess your students’ understanding. There are several websites that allow you to create your own quiz or game for students to complete. My favorite is Kahoot. By getting these little snapshots of understanding along the way, you will be able to easily which topics need to be retaught, which small group of students would benefit from additional instruction, and which concepts have been mastered.
6 Tips for One-to-One Classroom Success
About the Author: Alexandra D. Owens
Alexandra Owens is a STEM Education consultant based in Charleston, SC. She taught middle school science for many years and is now completing her doctorate in STEM Education at Texas Tech University.
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