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Sunday, December 2 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Riding the Wave of Technology-Based Assessments in Science

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Tired of grading papers? Wish you could visually see how students perform before and after a lesson without so much paper? Wish you could spend more time with your toes in the sand chasing off the seagulls from your lunch? Do you have a limited budget and you cannot take those island vacations because you keep spending your own money for class experiments and investigations? Throw the paper-pencil assessments to the seagulls and let technology do the work for you. We will show you how to create technology-based formative and summative assessments using multiple platforms for science content. Be able to give formative assessments, pre/post tests, and summative assessments online with technology based grading. We will bring you a bucket of free online virtual labs and resources at no-cost to you and your school. There are enough tools and resources to keep your students engaged in your assessments independently and collaboratively all year. Come ride the wave of technology-based assessments with us!

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Analisa Santillan

ITRT, Norfolk Public Schools
Taught science for 20 years before becoming an instructional technology resource teacher (ITRT). School year 2022-2023 will mark her fifth year as an ITRT in Norfolk Public Schools.
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Chrystal Ueltschi

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Norfolk Public Schools

Sunday December 2, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm EST