When it comes to assessing students in the BYOD classroom, InfuseLearning is one of the best tools for accomplishing this in creative, dynamic ways. In this post I will share features, links, ideas, and resources for using InfuseLearning in the classroom. If you want to learn how to get started with InfuseLearning just view the Snapguide below.
1. Poll questions to survey student knowledge before a topic or unit.
2. Rank responses or events in order of importance using the Likert Scale.
3. Give an exit ticket to assess what students learned at the end of the class.
4. Share quizzes with other colleagues to save time.
5. Use the text to speech option in the quizzes to reach students who may need the questions read to them.
6. Allow students to annotate passages or images to demonstrate higher-level questioning and responding.
7. Send students links to websites so you don't have to wait on all of them to type in a long url with InfuseLink.
8. Let students show what they know by having them make their thinking visible with InfuseDraw.
InfuseLearning in the Social Studies Classroom- Glenn Wiebe
InfuseLearning in the Math/Science Classroom - BC Math
InfuseLearning in the ELA Classroom- These are some ideas from an InfuseLearning assessment from English Language Arts Teachers for how they can use InfuseLearning in their content area: