6.3T – Formative Assessments Using Technology

Technology tools can energize teacher practice by providing easy ways to implement formative assessments. We will explore how technology tools can make formative assessment meaningful, sustainable, and scalable when used with the whole class, small groups, or individual students and in a variety of instructional settings, including Bible classes and K-12 classrooms. Please bring your Internet-connected devices.

Michael Plocher (MS.Ed.) is a middle school STEM educator and director of technology at St. Paul’s Lutheran School in New Ulm, MN. He also is an adjunct instructor at Martin Luther College in New Ulm, where he teaches the education course Teaching with Technology. Over the past 25 years he has promoted the inclusion of technology in instruction at the local, district, and synod levels and is a regular presenter of educational technology topics.

Sectional 6

Wednesday, June 26

2:00 pm