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6 Great Resources for (Digital) Organization in your Classroom

INTRODUCTION: Recently, teachers have been reaching out to Gradeable with a specific problem: they are feeling overwhelmed with the sheer number of ideas and innovations that are suggested to them for use in their classrooms. With this sentiment in mind, I wanted to compile some resources for managing information by pointing you to some fellow…

Online Formative Assessment: 5 Easy Steps to Get Started

Our digital assessment tool allows you to integrate digital formative assessment in the classroom and beyond; whether you are assessing your class for a daily quiz, semester long exams, 1:1 or 1:many assignments, or even with a quick homework assignment that you send to your students by email, Gradeable has you covered. Following our 5…

4 Common Grading Problems, Solved by Gradeable

Assessment can be so annoying!  Whether you’re a new or veteran teacher, you can relate to the frustration.  Gradeable offers solutions that teachers can use to solve the following grading issues have withstood the test of time: #1: “My students keep losing their assessments!” As teachers, we know the feeling of handing a paper back and having the…

ProTip Wednesday: 6 Steps to be Productive in Summer Reflection

We now know that feedback is incredibly important to students’ growth, but that same feedback is also extremely beneficial for us—the teachers— to grow as well. Because isn’t teaching also always growing and changing? But it’s hard to start looking back because we were so ready to look forward come June 1st. Here are 6…

How Tracking Student Data Improves Teaching Practices

  Guest Post: Holly Walsh, Common Core Resources Associate, The Achievement Network Holly is a former teacher and now works as a Common Core Resources Associate at The Achievement Network. She is also a Teach for America alumna and Corps Member Adviser at TFA’s teacher training Institute where she led instructional sessions on the why…

Re: The Importance of Low-Stakes Student Feedback

Sometimes we read articles and want to high-five the internet for articulating exactly how we feel. A couple weeks ago, Katrina Schwartz wrote an article on the importance of low-stakes student feedback, or formative assessments. We love formative assessments because it creates a culture of learning, engagement, and responsibility in the classroom. “This type of…

Re: The Case for Digital Student Portfolios

On November 25, Holly Clark wrote a piece posted on Edudemic making the case for digital student portfolios, or archiving student work. Clark, a former teacher, laments over not having enough information on her students in September to steer her teaching. Instead, she had lists of numbers that took the place of examples of past…