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If you have not tried Plickers, you are MISSING OUT!! My students LOVE it! It's a fun way for me to check for understanding and for kids to take assessments.
Using @plickers to bring the fun to 6th grade math classes today! #formative assessment #instant data #kidsloveit
My favourite tech resource is Plickers! I use Plickers daily during math. My students can self assess, exit questions do surveys or answer questions.
I love that I can quickly see who needs help and who's ready to move on. Kids can ask for help without the whole room knowing.
Stacy Renne Salter
Total Participation using Plickers cards for multiple choice problems. So simple, just point your phone at the card from anywhere in the room and you have a quick check point.
Love using @plickers as a quick check for understanding! It's awesome feedback - instantly shows me who needs more practice and who's ready to move on! #proud2bFSES
Pride and Prejudice & Plickers in the classroom is a hit with my freshies! @CaptGrizzly
@plickers for the win. Easy and quick assessment on students as we review our common assessment! @shamilton_teach
I am LIVING for @plickers! One of the best AiFL tools I have ever used - fact! #aifl #assessment #reducingmarking
I can't get enough of #PLICKERS!! Why wouldn't you want to use it? You get real time results of your students understanding based on questions that you can create that align with your standards. And guess what? Students absolutely LOVE them!!! @plickers@BCES_1
The kids love Plickers because it feels like a game. I love #plickers because I get instant feedback on their progress and can use it to form small groups and differentiate instructions. #winwin
I loveeee using #plickers to assess where my kids are at and what we need to work on. Immediate data!
Quick easy assessment & get the breakdown instantly on my end! Loving our plickers cards!
To quote the students in Room 27.... "When can we do that game again?" @plickers is definitely one of their favourite types of assessment.