Testing students in the tech lab comes with challenges! Time is always one of them, then paper, student accommodations, grading, and more. These Technology Assessments were designed to make your life easier, not harder. 24 total assessments in both digital and print format as well as answer sheets to save paper.
These are the topics included:
- Technology Literacy
- Digital Citizenship
- Technology Procedures
- Internet and Research
- Online Testing
- Google Apps
- MS Office
What is included:
There are 3 levels of the first six topics and 2 levels of three additional topics.
- Kindergarten and First grade, OR the first introduction to any of these topics. 10 Questions per assessment.
- Second and Third grade, OR students who have a basic understanding of the topic. 20 Questions per assessment.
- Fourth and Fifth grade, OR students who are expected to master the topic by the end of the unit. 30 Questions per assessment.
Tips for the Teacher
You’ll likely need to read the level 1 tests to your students if you’re using it with K-2.
I always read tests aloud in the tech lab because it just makes it easier with student accommodations, pacing, and student understanding. It isn’t meant to be a reading test, you know?
There are answer sheets provided to cut down on copies needed. Display the test questions using the projector and have students record their answers on the answer sheet.
The digital versions are provided in Google Forms. If you prefer a different program, simply export the Google Form to a Spreadsheet so you can copy and paste the questions into your program of choice.
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