Common Assessment Methods with Literably in the Classroom: Best Practices and Recommendations Follow
Overview: The table below outlines different methods for assessing students on Literably in the classroom.
The below information is provided as a reference to help inform how you might want to have your students assess. We realize that the below recommendations/best practices may not apply to every classroom or group of students.
These best practices were compiled prior to social distancing guidelines, so it may be necessary to adjust your application based on current recommendations.
If you're assessing students remotely, please check out our Help Center article on that topic.
|Assessment Method||Most popular with:||Well-suited for:||Other Considerations:|
|1. Whole Group: all students assess at the same time (NOT RECOMMENDED)
Unless the class is very small, this method of administering the assessment is not recommended.
|2. One-on-one method: teacher sits with the student while they assess||
|This method is most compatible with kindergarten and some first grade students. The notes feature allows you to document observations you make.|
|3. Small group rotations/centers WITH a teacher present/in proximity||Lower elementary||Students who:
-Can work semi-independently
-May have questions or behavioral issues while working
-Benefit from having a teacher nearby them while they work
|This method is more compatible with Grade 1 and above the first time students assess, and Kindergarten and above if students already have experience using Literably.|
|4. Small group rotations/centers WITHOUT a teacher present/in proximity||Lower/upper elementary and middle school||Students who:
-Can work independently
-Are unlikely to have questions or behavioral issues while working
|This method is more compatible with Grade 2 and above the first time students assess, and Grade 1 and above if students already have experience using Literably.|
|5. Students assess at the back of the classroom during whole group instruction|
|6. Students assess in “quiet corners” in the classroom
|7. Students assess in the hallway
||Middle School||This method is not recommended for the first time that students assess on Literably, and may not be compatible with desktop computers.|