Assessments

asssessment

Updated 8-25-21

  1. Blendspace–if you create your lesson plans in BlendSpace, it includes opportunities to assess learning
  2. Easy CBM
  3. Educreations–video a whiteboard explanation of how students are completing a task (app)
  4. Edulastic–formative assessments; work on any devices (app)
  5. Flipgrid — record a video question from your desktop; add attachments; students respond from the app with their answer and decorations; appears as a grid of answers to the question (app)
  6. Flubaroo (app)
  7. Gimkit–gamified assessment, like Kahoot; freemium
  8. Go Formative (app)assessment
  9. Google Forms (app)
  10. Kahoot–quiz-show-like format (app)
  11. Nearpod–works on iOS and the web; free or fee; plan lessons and then assess; send an image and have students draw on the screen with their answers (app)
  12. QR Stuff–send almost any type of file to a QR code–includes YouTube videos and audio files (create the QR online and scan with an app) (app)
  13. Recap–create an account, sign students up, they log in and you’re ready for formative assessments (app)
  14. Socrative (app)
  15. Stick Around–turn questions into puzzles (app)
  16. ThatQuiz.org

Add-ons

  1. Flubaroo
  2. Kaizena–add audio and video notes to submitted assignments; add-on

Badges

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

Class Review

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

Common Core Prep

  1. Interactive prep–lots of subjects, visual
  2. ReadyTest AtoZ--from RAZ Kids, freemium

Flashcards

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

Grading

  1. EasyClass
  2. Gradescope (from Turnitin)
  3. Paperscorer–create quiz in Google Forms, grade it through Paperscorer

Quizzes/Tests

Peer Review

  1. PeerGrade–automate the process

Rubrics

Warm-up/Exit Tickets

Failure

  1. The Crossing–attempts to cross a gorge; some fail; all result in success

4 thoughts on “Assessments

  1. Hi Jacqui,

    If you’re open to suggestions, I think our tool http://www.surveyanyplace.com would be a great fit to add to the list on this page.
    1) We focus on mobile and interactive quizzes and surveys, which is great to interact with students in the classroom
    2) Teachers can get a free subscription to our Professional Plan by simply dropping us an email at info@surveyanyplace.com

    Let me know if you need any more info! 🙂 Sofie

  2. Hi Jacqui,

    I believe our online tool would be a great addition to your list! https://educationgalaxy.com/
    We offer a free teacher/parent sign up to give us a whirl: http://educationgalaxy.com/signup/

    Education Galaxy is an award-winning online assessment practice and instruction with a fun alien theme. We are aligned to all state standards. We believe learning does not have to be boring! When students become engaged, they become successful learners. We created Education Galaxy to help students master their state standards and to have fun while doing it. We provide many games and rewards that enhance the learning process without distracting the student.

    Thank you!
    Lisa

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