Sunday, November 10, 2013

#EFAMath Challenge


One of my favorite parts of the #MTBoS is reading a book and discussing it with other math teachers. This past summer, we read Embedded Formative Assessment and I can honestly say that it was one of my favorite books of all time. If you would like to see our archive of chats, look HERE

With that said, it's time for an #EFAMath Accountability Challenge! Sometimes it is easy to be gung-ho about an idea over the summer, but once the year starts, things fall by the wayside. It's time to fix that!

The Challenge
Your challenge, if you choose to accept it, is to select at least once Formative Assessment strategy, try it out in your classroom, and blog about it before Thanksgiving. Then, tweet the link with the hashtag #efamath and/or post your link in the comments here.

If this Challenge goes well, let's continue with a monthly (or twice monthly) challenge. By the end, we'll have a great source of strategies to try!

Challenge Accepted.... Are you with me??

4 comments:

algebrainiac said...

Woo hoo!! I am with you! I did finish reading the book, even though I missed most of the twitter chats during the summer. I am excited, I do MUCH better blogging when I have a reason. :) Thanks!

Beth Ferguson said...

I'll participate! I read the book this summer ... didn't participate in the chats though. I am already doing a sloppy job with formative assessment!

Matthew Jones said...

This book is amazing! Challenge accepted.

Simplifying Radicals said...

Love this! I'm in!