Sunday, October 14, 2012


Here is a rough video.  My 1st one on my iPhone as, I forgot my flip camera.

But here it is, this is the easiest best way to use a formative assessment with your students, IMO.

Thanks to Lisa Henry, for making me do this even though she doesn't know it yet, and Kristen Fouss, for giving me the courage to, though I don't show my face :), she doesn't know that either.

All You Need is Sticky Notes! Without further ado....

Formative Assesments Sticky Notes from Terrance Banks on Vimeo.


KFouss said...

Love it! I'm honored that I could help out in any way. And I bet the kids enjoy working on the post-its and sticking them on the board (even if they don't admit it!.) :)

Lisa said...

Wow - I am floored, Terrance. Floored that you like my blog and took an issue that I'm having and videoed/blogged about it. Thanks for sharing. I'm glad I was able to inspired you.
--Lisa :-)

Ms. Laster said...

Brilliant! I love that you provided a video post with your student samples. I have already shared your blog and video with our entire department. Thanks for sharing your ideas and work!

makingpaperairplanes said...

Love this idea - thanks for sharing it! I am always at a loss for how to do an exit slip, but I love the idea of sticky notes. Trying this one tomorrow!

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