stick pick. When I first saw the app I thought it was a glorified stick container - you know the ones that you use to make sure you are fairly calling on your students. It was cute, but I wasn't sure I wanted to spend my money on it.
But... then I looked a whole lot closer and realized that it was way worth the $2.99! Not only does the app let you pick students randomly (or intentionally - see the little peek icon?), but you can set each student up with an appropriate level of questioning - instant differentiation. Questions can be based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, English as a second language skills, and a degree of difficulty can be chosen for each learner.
I also love that you can use it as a record of assessment. When you click on the student's stick you can also record their answer using this rubric.
The app also keeps track of a student's progress overtime.
Do you have any ideas for using it? Have you used this app before?