Tech Tips #2.10

Week of October 27, 2014

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All three tools mentioned below are FREE and can be used for various types of assessment. They all provide the teacher with ongoing and timely feedback to help drive classroom instruction and help the teacher and student identify strengths and weaknesses.


These tools work on any device that can access the internet: including laptops, desktops, iPads, iPods, and cell phones.


Look for additional assessment tools to be shared in future Tech Tips.

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Socrative

  • Includes quick assessments, game-based quizzes (Space Race), exit tickets, and pre-made quizzes.
  • Teachers can share quizzes with others.
  • All responses from quizzes are saved and can be downloaded via reports.


Watch the video below to see how to create Socrative assessments.

Socrative 2.0 Overview
Creating a Quiz in Socrative 2.0

Socrative Resources

Socrative User Guide PDF

Click above to open, save, and/or print the PDF.

Socrative.com

Click above to visit.

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Kahoot!

  • Game-based assessments based on pre-made quizzes.
  • Teachers can share quizzes with others.
  • All responses are saved and can be downloaded via reports.


Watch the video below to see how to create and play Kahoot! assessments.

Kahoot Tutorial

Kahoot! Resources

Kahoot! User Guide

Click above to open, save, and/or print the PDF.

GetKahoot.com

Click above to visit.

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