Another great resource for math teachers is
I don't think that there is a "best" per se. It really depends on its purpose. When I have students work on a task, it's good to hear what students talk about in their teams. So formative assessment can come in the form of observation, through entrance/exit slips, student presentations, or even through pre-assessments. I look for misconceptions or opportunity to clarify so students are engaged. It's an ongoing process for their learning. I find formative assessment most useful when I grade students summative assessment. This link may prove helpful
I find myself learning more and growing professionally when same-subject teachers collaborate on examining student work in general.
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Hi Kevin, Here are two Teaching Channel resources that could be helpful: https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/formative-assessment-high-school-math-sbac
and this video set that shows a high school teacher using the MAP resources that Jana mentioned in her answer:
Usually few teachers see only the concept not for how much the students understood. As per Michael I do agree the way he say the Assessment to be taken.
Thank you, everyone! Very helpful!
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