An easy, fun way to include classroom assessments is through something like Kahoot or Quizizz. While Kahoot is a student favorite and can be a blast, I actually prefer Quizizz as a way to really gauge student comprehension. Unlike Kahoot, Quizizz allows each student to move through the material at their own pace, and they can re-do problems they missed upon completion of the Quizizz. It also has a great teacher interface that lets you see how each student (and the class as a whole) is doing in real-time. Are there questions that a significant percentage of students are getting wrong? It’s very easy to spot and allows you to pipe up with a hint or reminder for kids as they’re progressing through the assessment.