Questions for #utedchat for 11/18. Do They Get It with @deweykatie

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How are teachers supposed to know when students understand the material being taught? Is there an easier way to do that without having to give long tests? Join us tonight, Wednesday, November 18th, from 9:00-10:00 PM (Mountain Standard Time) as we will be talking aboutAssessment in Real Time.  Join us on Twitter by using the hashtag #UTedChat.  The following questions will be presented every 5-10 minutes.

Q1 – What does assessment mean to you?

Q2 – What subject area do you feel you are the most effective assessing? Why?

Q3 – What's a healthy amount of assessing? Why?

Q4 – What tech tools do you find most helpful in assessment?

Q5 – What are some "best practice" tips for using your favorite tools?

Come join #UTedChat tonight and share your favorite tips on assessment and go away with a few news ones as well!

Tonight's #UTedChat will be moderated by Katie Dewey Hill (@deweykatie).

Katie is currently in her 4th year as an Ed tech with Canyons School District, prior to that she taught 5th grade, 3rd grade, and 7th grade. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma first with a BS in El Ed and in 2008 with a M.Ed. in curriculum with a social studies focus. Katie loves technology and teaching how effectively used technology enhances the classroom for all involved.

If you aren't already following Katie on Twitter, be sure to do so before the chat so you can better keep up and because she's amazing!

See you at 9 pm!

Jared Covili

Jared Covili has been a regular UCET presenter and attendee since 2003 - when the UCET bug first bit him. Jared has been on the UCET board since 2008 and served as UCET President in 2011-2012. He is currently serving as ISTE Affiliate Rep. Jared works at UEN (tech training), the U of U (adjunct teaching), and Corwin Press (book writing and speaking).

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