So, I have been contemplating using technology for keeping assessment, data, and records for a while. It always came down to the same old question... "which app is the best for the various assessment I want to conduct?" and "how on earth do I use it?!". I have tried many different teacher apps, but nothing I tried would match up to the standard of note-keeping that I have!
Recently, an amazing colleague introduced me to two apps, which I will also explain further in a Youtube video attachment soon. The first, Evernote. This amazing app has so many different features and in a few easy steps, you can be well on your way to recording assessment in a paperless format. The second, Notability. I find this useful for recording guided reading notes (as I like to type these out rather than tick using a checklist) and also for inputting a rubric as well as photographic evidence.
You can find a video tutorial for each app attached and some ideas for different ways to use them.
Share the word and any ideas you have by commenting below with other ways you could use these two app-solutely fabulous apps!
Happy record keeping,