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  • Plickers

    • A quick way to do formative assessment and gather that all important data
    • Students don't need any technology to do it
    • Give students "code cards"
      • Depending on the way the card is turned, students can answer A, B, C, or D
      • You quickly scan their cards with your phone or tablet

  • Quizizz

    • Similar to Kahoot
    • Easy to create
    • Assessment goes at student pace not teacher pace
    • Funny memes are displayed when students get an answer correct or incorrect
    • Don't need a projector for the game but you can use a projector to show real-time student results
    • Has a "play live" or "homework" version
    • Data can be collected and exported

  • Kaizena

    • This is a tool that could go in many places
    • You can go through the website or add the app using Chrome
    • It is a way to give feedback to your students in Google Drive
    • The feedback can be voice or text
    • Students can record a comment back to you as well

  • Kahoot
    • This is one of my favs!
    • A great formative assessment tool that kids love; you create it then give students a code to join the game
    • Easy to use; create quizzes, surveys, etc. in a game-type format
    • Has some nice data-gathering tools too

  • Flipquiz

    • Easily create a Jeopardy-style review game
    • Boards can be edited with ease and saved for use time after time

  • Flubaroo

    • Grades assessments created using Google Forms in seconds
    • Provides data and analysis
    • Email students their scores

  • Scootpad

    • This resource fits in several places, it is somewhat of a LMS for elementary. It is aligned to the Common Core standards and you can easily assess and track students as they progress.

  • Formative

    • As the name implies, a way to do informal assessments in the classroom
    • Get live results
    • "Show you work" option; beyond multiple choice
    • Free for teachers and students