In this gallery, you can browse numerous teaching scenarios where a wide range of digital formative assessment (DFA) practices are used, ranging from online quizzes to concept maps and e-portfolios. Meet teachers Anna, Arjana and Kornélia who will introduce each scenario to you.
What will I find in this gallery?
In these scenarios developed by teachers from seven different countries, you will find out how they set out to integrate DFA in their classes. You will read how they set their learning goals and adapted their teaching to their students’ needs. You might discover new digital tools, new ideas for topics, and new practices of formative assessment. Even if you are aware of the methods described, you might discover new approaches that can be useful for your own practice.
You can browse through the examples and set yourself the goal of trying at least one of the examples with your students. You can also look at multiple scenarios and choose one interesting element from each. Each of the examples should work in different subjects and contexts.
You can see how you can adapt them to your context.
Mathematics with Milage Learn+
With this mobile learning app developed by a European project, students of all levels can have teacher support any time anywhere.Read full article
Ergonomics – How does it make life better?
Computer ergonomics and online content management in one single activity. Here you can see how Spyros Papadakis uses a learning management system (LMS) for formative assessment in an informatics class.Read full article
VILLE – A collaborative learning platform
A web-based digital game platform for education for learning mathematics, languages and science topics.Read full article
Constructing knowledge by generating questions
Teacher Maja from the Buddinge School in Denmark teaches her students about the works of an important Danish author for their literature class.Read full article
It's all about energy
Concept mapping can help students organise and visualise abstract concepts while teachers can formatively assess their understanding of the topic.Read full article
The School of Magic
Monitor and assess feedback from your students, make them create questions for their peers, do quizzes and group competitions, all with one tool. See how David Ruiz does digital formative assessment, also adopted by other teachers in the school.Read full article
From vocabulary to multimedia skills
Teacher Riin combines English vocabulary with sound editing skills in an e-learning day activity.Read full article
Learning clothes vocabulary
Learning vocabulary in a foreign language demands practice. Competition can help gamify this practice and make it fun.Read full article
Keeping track with ICT tools
See how three different online quiz tools are used in different contexts in this teaching scenario.Read full article
Social advertisement for change
Instilling motivation for citizen initiative should start at an early age. Encourage your students to become active citizens and autonomous learners through a social advertisement project!Read full article
The European Union
An online dashboard can guide students in their learning with a goal-oriented, personalised approach.Read full article
Starting digital assessment from primary school
Digital competence is a transversal skill that you can develop in the context of any subject and formatively assess throughout the semester.Read full article
Teacher Esteban uses CoRubrics, an online rubric tool that makes collaboration easy and combines summative with peer and self-assessment.Read full article
Blended learning with MS Teams and Yammer
A classroom social network can enrich class activities by creating a fun, competitive and collaborative environment for students.Read full article
Formative – the go-to tool for student growth
Teacher Jorge uses a dashboard that helps him quickly prepare online content and view student answers while they are typing.Read full article
Impressionism on your digital portfolio
Using an e-portfolio enables students to regulate their learning anytime, anywhere and see their accomplishments over a long period of time.Read full article
Plickers in the classroom
Students’ shyness can be a challenge for the teacher to monitor who needs support. With a classroom clicker activity, you can encourage participation and activate students’ learning.Read full article
Boosting language skills in physical education
Physical education is maybe the best candidate for content and language integrated learning because it keeps students both physically and mentally active. Check out how Joana performs formative assessment with a flipped classroom setting.Read full article
Languages with Gimkit
To motivate students to practice foreign language vocabulary with a gamified online quiz that helps students and teachers track learning progress.Read full article
Autonomous mathematics learning
The flipped classroom method combined with an e-learning platform can help with formative assessment and self-paced learning to support better mathematics learning.Read full article
The digital learning diary
Finnish teacher Liisi Vesikko uses collaborative software as a digital learning diary to support and improve her students’ writing skills and to assess their writing in an iterative manner.Read full article
Teacher Despina uses a flipped classroom method to make formative conclusions on students’ mathematics learning, helping them become autonomous learners.Read full article
Drawing graphs, digital and manual
Teacher Signe combines manual with digital work and uses multiple forms of formative assessment to support her students’ math skills.Read full article