Looking to hold students accountable during centers that use task cards? Consider throwing your task cards on Formative so that you’re able to sit and work with a group, but also give feedback to other students in the class. Here’s an example of a Formative I used with students in 4th and 5th grade. A quick and easy assessment that still holds them accountable and allows you to provide real-time feedback
Fraction Recipe Task Cards https://goformative.com/clone/FEHVVE
Area of Rectangle with Fractions Task Cards https://goformative.com/clone/PXHKWS
I want to try this in both my Spanish and Social Studies classes. Excited to get started!
@cshattuck thanks so much for sharing these examples! Love them and am going to give you a shout out on Twitter! @Danielle_Moore love to hear that you’re going to try it out- you have the BEST ideas so I can’t wait to see how you utilize it! Please share when you do!
So glad you can use them. Thanks for the shout out!
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@Angela_Gonzales this is awesome! I love that you’ve used the “show your work” feature so you can see what students are thinking on each “task”. This would be great for higher level math classes also when dealing with slope, y-intercepts, x-intercepts, etc. Great way to get all the kids working on the cards and not letting kiddos just copy off one another or have random conversations.