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. Be sure to join us live or later by using this link: Formative Tips & Tricks Pt. 8 with co-host May Voltz - YouTube.
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!
Just a heads up to everyone out there! This is starting in 5 minutes
Hey Everyone! Happy 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
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
Enjoy and Happy Valentine’s Everyone!
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
@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
Excellent idea to include the screenshot as evidence, that gives me an idea of how I can use GoFormative with Seesaw, awesome!
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.