@Math_Educators How do you use GoFormutative in your classrooms. I teach Geometry and will also be teaching Algebra II for the first time in a long time this year! I am curious to see how you use it in your Math Classrooms.
I usually use it to administer formative assessments. I like the idea of uploading PDFs. You don’t have to go crazy and type the questions in. Also, if I have to type the questions in, using the Equation Editor is great too, especially since I know how to use LaTeX. I’m not too fond of the graphing in GoFormative because the students would use Desmos instead of graphing manually.
Hi Megan! I am teaching Alg1, Geo, Algl2 and PreCalc this fall. Would love to connect with you. Are you on twitter?
Hi Megan, Here’s an example of how I use GoFormative in my math classroom https://goformative.com/clone/MBQNRB Data is awesome and students respond well using this tool.
I usually build formatives that are mostly auto-graded but with a couple show-your-work type questions so that I can watch on the fly. I’ve also used them for flipped classroom lessons. Embedding a video, with some check questions then giving students an opportunity to ask me (and the class) anything they didn’t understand in the video.
Yes, I am on Twitter! @mmiller_math
This looks great! Thanks for sharing.
Glad you found it useful. Anytime
Hey, we are already following each other!! I’m @Math912Teacher.
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I used Formative two years ago when I taught Geometry and I have several formatives transferred over from the original format, so they don’t have a lot of the new question styles. If you let me know a topic you’d like to see, I can post that specific Formative.