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Updated 5/27/16

  1. Blendsapce–if you create your lesson plans in BlendSpace, it includes opportunities to assess learningassessment


  1. BloomBoard–badges for teacher PD
  2. Class badges
  3. Credly
  4. Open Badges

Class Review

  1. Digital Breakouts–review or assessment in a gamelike format; includes mostly history, but other topics; high school
  2. Flippity–use to create a quiz show
  3. Kahoot–with a new team mode
  4. Quizlet Live–students join with a code, break into teams, and are quizzed on a Quizlet

Discussion Boards

  1. BoardHost–free discussion board
  2. Collaborize Classroom–online discussions
  3. Forumotion—free forum tool
  4. FreeForums
  5. Google Groups
  6. Ning–sophisticated forum/discussion board; free trial
  7. VanillaForums–free trial

Common Core Prep

  1. Front Row--math and ELA practice
  2. Interactive prep–lots of subjects, visual
  3. ReadyTest AtoZ--from RAZ Kids, freemium


  1. Flippity–make flashcards in Google Spreadsheets
  2. GoConqr–flash cards, quizzes, notes, more

Formative systems

  1. Flippity–create a Jeopardy game show
  2. Jeopardy Labs
  3. Kahoot–Have a quiz on Smartscreen; students join at with a code–no email/log-in required
  4. Plickers–digitally collect formative assessment data without the need for student devices
  5. PollEverywhere–students answers questions using the app or website; free is limited
  6. Puzzle maker
  7. Quizalize–gamify assessment
  8. Quizbean–make and take quizzes online
  9. Quizdini
  10. Quizizz–multiplayer quizzes
  11. Riddle–create polls, quizzes, lists
  12. Triventy–similar to Kahoot
  13. TurningTech–clickers, assessment, response systems


  1. Paperscorer–create quiz in Google Forms, grade it through Paperscorer


  1. EasyClass
  2. Engrade–an LMS that includes a gradebook
  3. Otus


  1. Google Forms–create online quizzes that autograde
  2. No Red Ink–track student learning, create quizzes, CC-based–free sign-up
  3. Technology use survey—interactive
  4. Test creator—online
  5. Tests—create fill-in-the-blanks


  1. Assessment rubrics–a variety for a variety of topics
  2. Rubrics I
  3. Rubrics II
  4. Rubrics III
  5. Rubrics/Assessments—create–KSchrock
  6. Rubrics—for CCSS

Warm-up/Exit Tickets

  1. ExitTicket–quick assessments as students leave the class
  2. Lino–create a board (through your account); embed to blog or wiki so anyone can post
  3. Padlet
  4. PollDaddy
  5. Socrative
  6. Today’s Meet
  7. Tozzl–digital pinboard


  1. Flubaroo

2 Responses to Assessments

  1. Micheal

    You can make Flashcards, Quizzes, Slide Sets, Notes and much more for free with GoConqr.

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