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Formative Assessment: Living Museum Augmented Reality Project

Formative assessment is a concept you've probably heard and read about. You've probably used it in your classroom from time to time. Whether you're a formative assessment newbie or a pro, the following examples will help you check students' understanding.

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Aurasma is a free app for iOS and Android devices that uses advanced image recognition to blend the real-world with rich interactive content, such as videos and animations, called “Auras”.

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storyboard is a sketch of how to organize a story and a list of its contents. A storyboard helps you define the parameters of a story within available resources and time.

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KEEPVID (http://www.keepvid.com) is a well-known free online YouTube video downloader as well as converter allowing people to save streaming videos to computer. As a result, people are able to enjoy downloaded videos fluently without connecting to the Internet all the time.

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PowToon is the world's leading, most user-friendly and most intuitive animation software. With PowToon, anyone - even if you don't know a pixel from a proxy server - can create engaging, animated videos with a professional look and feel. Our greater vision is to bring a touch of awesomeness to everyday communications.

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YouTube is a free video sharing website that makes it easy to watch online videos. You can even create and upload your own videos to share with others. Originally created in 2005, YouTube is now one of the most popular sites on the Web, with visitors watching around 6 billion hours of video every month.

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Padlet is a virtual wall that allows people to express their thoughts on a common topic easily. It works like an online sheet of paper where people can put any content (e.g. images, videos, documents, text) anywhere on the page, together with anyone, from any device.