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Formative Assessment

How Conferencing for Assessment Benefits Students During Hybrid Learning

Imagine this: In art, each student is drawing a three-dimensional object they have photographed. They’re focusing on form and value. Four students are with their teacher, and the other four are working off-campus today. In engineering, one student is building a snowboard, and another is building a weather station using sensors and a microcontroller. The four students working remotely that day are making computer-aided designs of their engineering projects or writing code for their microcontrollers. In statistics, one student explores data regarding police brutality while another looks at differences in Covid-19 infection rates for different demographics. They’re all searching for statistically
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