Free Tools 2.0 to Assess Students

Jesus Garcia-LFLTA2016

Alternative Assessment

Alternative assessment using web 2.0 tools can be used for initial and formative assessment to aid and inform the teacher, as well as students, during the learning process. It can also be used for summative assessment to measure or describe student achievements.
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Quizizz is very similar to Kahoot, except the questions appear on the students' devices.
Let's try it out!

  • On your device or laptop, open quizizz.com.
  • Click Join a Game.
  • Enter the Game Code the teacher provides and click Go.
  • Type in your name and click Join Game.
  • Wait for the teacher to begin the game.
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Open EdPuzzle.com.
Click Login.
Select Student.
If you do not have an account, select Sign Up at the bottom of the screen. (no email required)
Click Add Class.
Type in the Code
Click Join the Class.
Choose the Blue Start Button under the video.
Click the Play button to begin the assignment.
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Zondle enables teachers to use a game-based approach to whole-class teaching. It has been designed for use on IWBs (interactive whiteboards) or with computer projectors and screens as well in laptops and tablets.
It allows to customize questions and answers and quizzes
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www.goformative.com
Enter the Quick Code your teacher gives you in the top, right of the screen and click Go.
Click Continue Without Logging In at the bottom of the screen.
Enter your first and last name and click Begin.
Answer the questions.
Click Submit.
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QuizStar is very easy to use!

First visit to QuizStar?
1. Sign up
2. Search for your instructor's classes
3. Register for classes
4. Start taking quizzes
As an instructor you can add any multiple choice or open questions and add images to the quizzes.
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Are you ready to learn something new?
Open www.nearpod.com.
Click on the Join Session button.
Type in the Pin Number the teacher gives you.
Wait for the teacher to begin.

Nearpod has an App for most devices!
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Edueto is a free tool to create online assessments that can be accessed on any device.

The following templates are available:

  • Multiple choice quiz
  • Fill in the blank
  • Matching
  • Writing
  • Sorting items into categories
  • Equations
  • Picture tagging
  • Sequencing items

Teachers can setup classes and track student data or just send out a link for a quick quiz.