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3 Time-Saving Assessment Tips for Teachers with Willisa Osburn – Easy EdTech Podcast 109

April 27, 2021

Looking to save time in your assessment routine? In this episode, Willisa Osburn shares three time-saving tips for formative and summative assessment alongside some favorite tools. You’ll hear about automating tasks, setting up your digital workspace, and the long-term benefits of vertical planning.

Want to save time with assessments?

How do you fit all of your assessment tasks into a busy day? Assessment can feel overwhelming, but if you’re organized and efficient with your time, it doesn’t have to be! I’m so glad that Willisa Osburn could join in to share three of her favorite assessment tips.

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Assessments Tips for Teachers

  • First, reflect on the idea of “positive productivity.”
  • Next, things that can be automated should be automated.
  • Then, split your screen when reviewing student work.
  • Finally, create rubrics collaboratively and vertically.
Looking to save time in your assessment routine? In this episode, Willisa Osburn shares three time-saving tips for formative and summative assessment alongside some favorite tools. You’ll hear about automating tasks, setting up your digital workspace, and the long-term benefits of vertical planning.

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site ClassTechTips.com for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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