Formative Tips & Tricks Pt. 8 with co-host May Voltz!

webinar

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Happy Monday Formative Community!

I am so excited to announce that I will be hosting Formative Tips & Tricks Pt. 8 with Formative Certified Educator May Voltz!!

We have so much to share with you in this session. We will be live this Wednesday, February 14 at 3:00pmPST/6:00pmEST. :heart: Be sure to join us live or later by using this link: http://bit.ly/2BO92vx.

You can also join the webinar as a guest. Just send me a message or respond to this thread and I will add you to the calendar invite!


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Just a heads up to everyone out there! This is starting in 5 minutes :slight_smile:


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Hey Everyone! Happy :heart: Day!

The first GoFormative I discussed as a pre-assessment was inspired by Illustrative Math, here’s the clone code:

llustrative Math - Quadrilaterals
Clone Code: HSAUSF
or
https://goformative.com/clone/HSAUSF

The GoFormative that I shared during the Webinar earlier today includes a Padlet, a math website, “Math-Is-Fun”, and online math app ‘Geoboard’. Here’s the clone code:

Quadrilateral Explorations ~ Math is Fun!
Clone Code: WPDBXR
or
https://goformative.com/clone/WPDBXR

Enjoy and Happy Valentine’s Everyone!

May :smiley:


#4

Thank you so, so much @mvoltz! I will definitely love referencing your formative when I am in conversations with Math teachers! You showed me a few new tricks today! I had a great time hosting with you today May! Thanks again :smile:

Nicole


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@mvoltz Very cool idea to embed a digital geoboard! I still have it on wooden board with nails. I’m curious whether my students will prefer the wooden or digital one :smiley:


#6

Excellent idea to include the screenshot as evidence, that gives me an idea of how I can use GoFormative with Seesaw, awesome!


#7

I love, love, love these May. I changed schools and so I don’t have a whole lot of manipulatives. It’s great to see the virtual manipulatives. The look fun and offer some more color to make the Formative ‘pop’ and get the students’ attentions.