1.) 3D Learning
2.) Group Learning
3.) Interactive Assessments
When it’s time to test your students, try to be more creative than a pencil and paper. Try to make the assessments better by giving them real problems to solve. You want them to tell you how to calculate the perimeter and area? Then take them to the football field and tell them to calculate the area of the entire field. Give them milk cartons and tell them to calculate the surface area and volume of the carton. That includes breaking down the milk carton in triangles and squares and they can calculate the shapes separately, adding them at the end. Set timed incentive based tasks to complete for assessments. Add incentives like additional mark on the finals or a gold star or candy. Incentives helps the students to achieve their goals and keeps them motivated. Doesn’t have to be anything big. Students love to compete, let them!

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