Substandard 2G asks coaches to guide teachers in using digital tools to assess students both formatively and summatively. Digital tools can expedite the grading process for teachers by utilizing the automatic grading function available on popular assessment tools such as Google Forms or Microsoft Forms. This functionality works for multiple choice questions and supports the lower DOK (Depth of Knowledge) elements.
For Project Based Learning, technology can support teachers throughout the assessment process in the form of rubrics. Rubrics are a best-practice for evaluating students’ summative projects. My first piece of evidence below provides a rationale and overview for a free online rubric maker, iRubric. Another important aspect of the assessment process is self-reflection. My second piece of evidence shows three ways that teachers can utilize Google Forms to guide students in self-assessing and reflecting.