A few ways to set up formative and summative assessments that provide an accurate picture of what students know.
The question of how to authentically and fairly assess distance learners is one that educators, administrators, and school districts have been struggling with since the spring. In my district, a list of suggested methods of online assessment was released after significant pressure from teachers, but few of them were very specific or plausible. My guess is that many teachers are in the same boat regarding a lack of direction in regard to assessment and have been left to work it out on their own.
Although every subject area has unique assessment needs, I think most teachers will be able to find something in this list that could work for them, whether they are teaching in person, online, or in a hybrid format.
Read the full article by Kyleen Gray here: 4 Assessment Strategies for Distance and Hybrid Learning | Edutopia