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Online Assessment Tools by Mind Map: Online Assessment Tools

1. BaM Video Delay

1.1. BaM lets you simultaneously record and display delayed video, ultimately enabling a PE Teacher to point their device towards any action in the classroom and after the performance has been completed, the performer has adequate time to return to the screen to see their skill. It becomes a hands-free feedback machine

2. FlipGrid

2.1. This tool has been recently updated. Students can use 15-second to 5-minute videos to respond to prompts; teachers and peers can provide feedback.

3. The Human Body

3.1. HumanBody is a creative and interactive way for kids to learn about the human body. On-screen models of the human body's systems include interactive play but no written or verbal directions (unless inserted by an adult with the recording tool).

4. Kahoot!

4.1. Kahoot! is a tool for using technology to administer quizzes, discussions or surveys. It is a game based classroom response system played by the whole class in real time. Multiple-choice questions are projected on the screen. Students answer the questions with their own device.

5. Plickers

5.1. Plickers is a simple tool that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices.

6. Hudl Technique

6.1. Hudl Technique is used by athletes and coaches to improve through slow motion video analysis. Use your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad camera to record and break down technique for instant feedback during a practice or game.

7. Google Forms

7.1. A Google Drive app that allows you to create documents that students can collaborate on in real time using smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

8. Nearpod

8.1. This tool is nice in that you can not only gather evidence of student learning, like an all-student response system, but you can also create differentiated lessons based on the data you collected. The basic version (30 students or less) is free.

9. Padlet

9.1. Provides an essentially blank canvas for students to create and design collaborative projects. Great for brainstorming.

10. PearDeck

10.1. Plan and build interactive presentations that students can participate in via their smart device. Limited free usage, and it offers unique question types.

11. Piazza

11.1. A platform that allows teachers to upload lectures, assignments, and homework; pose and respond to student questions; and poll students about class content. This tool is better suited for older students as it mimics post-secondary class instructional formats.

12. Pick Me!

12.1. An easy to use app for an iPod, iPad, or iPhone that facilitates random student selection. Can be organized by class for convenience.

13. Poll Everywhere

13.1. Teachers can create a feedback poll or ask questions. Students respond in various ways, and teachers see the results in real-time. With open-ended questions, you can capture data and spin up tag clouds to aggregate response. There is a limit to the number of users.

14. Seesaw

14.1. This tool helps teachers improve parent communication and makes formative assessment easy, while students can use the platform to document their learning.

15. Wordables

15.1. The Word Cloud Guessing Game. This app allows you to elicit evidence of learning or determine background knowledge about a topic. These word clouds are pictures composed of a cloud of smaller words that form a clue to the topic

16. Yacapaca

16.1. Allows teachers to create and assign quizzes with ease.

17. Dotstorming

17.1. A whiteboard app that allows digital sticky notes to be posted and voted on. This tool is best for generating class discussion and brainstorming on different topics and questions.

18. ClassKick

18.1. This app allows teachers to post assignments for students, so both the teacher and peers can provide feedback on the assignment. Students can monitor their progress and work.

19. Buncee

19.1. A creation and presentation tool that helps students and teachers visualize, communicate, and engage with classroom concepts and ideas.

20. Conceptboard

20.1. This software facilitates team collaboration in a visual format – similar to mind mapping, but using visual and textual inputs. Compatible on tablets and PCs, Conceptboard can work from multiple devices.