Graphic that explains the different types of classroom assessment (I'd add importance of feedback to formative). Inspired by the book Mindsets in the Classroom by Mary Cay Ricci---Crockett's Classrroom
A activity card is a great formative assessment that can be conducted at the end of any lesson. The teacher can use students' answers to assess their understanding of the taught content and determine what needs to be further taught.
If you're bored with the same informal assessments such as the ticket out the door, check out this list of assessment ideas that are low prep and engaging for your classroom. An A to Z list of ideas for Informal Assessments with a FREE printable.
extra resource---Sometimes it feels crazy overwhelming to keep assessing students and know exactly what they do/don't understand. That's where these quick and easy formative assessment ideas comes in! My school dis.
Metacognition: Helping Students Assess Their Own Learning (Light Bulbs and Laughter)
Objective Here are some neat ways to have students assess their own learning. This teacher also recommended using tap lights for each student as a way to check their understanding of a lesson really quick before moving on.