Students Choose The Next Learning Destination With Formative!

By David Kwan

5th grade math teacher & Formative Educator Kayla Lemiuex

5th grade math teacher & Formative Educator Kayla Lemiuex

Our teachers are so creative with Formative! For example, Kayla Lemiuex built a travel-themed weebly website where students can take a formative to gauge their progress with a mathematical domain and then choose the appropriate learning activity (ex: a Formative learning playlist). And to cap it off, students get to explore something fun about the featured country/continent before heading off to the next destination. Check out highlights below:

Students take a pre-assessment for the mathematical domain and based on their score, select the next learning activity

Students take a pre-assessment for the mathematical domain and based on their score, select the next learning activity

An example of a pre-assessment Kayla made. Tag questions to standards for tracking student growth across formatives!

An example of a pre-assessment Kayla made. Tag questions to standards for tracking student growth across formatives!

Here's a learning playlist where students watch short instructional videos and then practice. Kayla is able to see their live responses so she can support them.

Here's a learning playlist where students watch short instructional videos and then practice. Kayla is able to see their live responses so she can support them.

Students get to learn more about each destination as they proceed!

Her overall approach is awesome because it invites students to self-assess and practice skills at their own pace. We want to be in your class Kayla!