Testmoz is a test generator that sports 4 question types, automatic grading, a really simple interface and detailed reports.
Deliver an interactive experience for your students with rich content only a click away. You can ask students to make short videos about a topic and include interactive tags to direct viewers to the source of their information, to additional video clips, or to additional reading about the subject of their videos.
Wufoo is a web application that helps anybody build amazing online forms.
It is a unique interactive whiteboard for tablets and phones running iOS, Android and Windows. It lets user annotate, animate, and narrate explanations and presentations. Teachers can create dynamic interactive lessons, activities, assessments, and tutorials using Explain Everything’s flexible and integrated design. Explain Everything records on-screen drawing, annotation, object movement and captures audio via the iPad microphone. The tool is amazing to assess students’ performance and keeps student interested by the means of interactive and engaging lesson activities.
Create, play and share games to support teaching and learning - any subject, any level, any language, anywhere.
An exit ticket is a device that students use to communicate with their teacher as to how their learning is going for them and this online tool is an engaging student response system delivering instant feedback and performance metrics to teachers and students, allowing immediate intervention and reteaching with a tap of a finger, while tracking the student's progress. Students can view instant assessment scores and overall performance over time, all aligned to Common Core. The system supports BYOD or 1:1 teaching techniques. ExitTicket revolves around teachers creating and assigning “Tickets,” which are just series of questions. First, teachers choose which type of “ticket” they want to create that can be in the form of poll, practice exit, quiz or exam, and then they add the name and update the characteristics (time allotted, assignment date, etc.) for that particular “ticket.” Teachers can also align tickets to learning targets or specific standards. Then they add the specific questions, choosing from multiple choice, free-response or true/false. Once completed, teachers can send out that “ticket,” and students can immediately begin answering the questions. Teachers can track student and class performance in real-time.
Create interactive content in 60 seconds. With hands on this tool you can easily create opinion polls, lists and pop quizzes.
It is a powerful formative assessment tool and intuitive student response system that allows for dynamic student-teacher interaction.
Here is how it works: Instructors ask questions through any presentation application; students answer questions with a remote or smart device; instructor display results in real-time and record responses.
A great tool to aid your teaching and know the level of concept understanding among students.
QuestBase gives you the freedom to ask. Whether you need to create quizzes, tests, assessments, exams or get feedback from surveys and polls, QuestBase helps you save time. Millions of questions (and counting) published and printed with QuestBase! Free of charge.
With this online quiz creator it's easy to make a quiz, exam or assessment in less than five minutes.
Grow your email list by embedding engaging quizzes into your site.
This site is designed for creating and taking tests/exercises. The features include sharing tests and results with social network, tracking progress, rating a test, and searching a test by subject or grade level.
A free and engaging app providing students and teachers a safe and easy class environment on hand. Teachers can create groups for class discussions, posting assignments and other daily activities of the class. It has been awarded as the 2013 EdTech digest award for the best product. A new Edmodo app for parent has also been designed.
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A free online non-commercial resources for teachers and students, there are built in quizzes for math, science, language arts, and social studies, which are adjustable in both difficulty and length. The interface has not been limited by the pre-built and allows educators to make their own tests covering any subject and set of questions. It allows for multiple languages.
Build, Play and Share an unlimited number of quizzes and questions for free. Great for teachers and students. Including, multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, matching question and more. Include images and a time limited for questions and review scores achieved by students. Also has Apple, Android and Windows Apps.
Its free version offers unlimited quizzes, questions & quizzes takers. The paid version offers student tracking, privacy settings, and others.
It's a very simple site for creating a quiz that generates a unique URL for others to take.
You can make fun games on any topic, to play in class or as homework with Quizalize. The tool has become very popular in British and Australian schools. You may try the same, as the signup is free.
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