Online Tools for Formative Assessment

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Online Tools for Formative Assessment by Mind Map: Online Tools for  Formative Assessment

1. Kahoot: Kahoot is a kid friendly tool that asks students questions that they answer from a phone, tablet, or computer.

2. Padlet: a web tool for students to create projects or the teacher can post a topic and the kids respond.

3. Flipgrid: students can create short videos for projects or to respond to a question or topic given by the teacher.

4. Google Forms: A website for teachers to make online quizzes, tests, or checks throughout the lesson.

5. Lino: a virtual cork board of sticky notes for students to respond on various topics. Can be used as an entrance or exit ticket.

6. Nearpod: an online tool where you can create interactive lessons. The students can respond to questions on their own device.

7. Peardeck: an online tool where you can create interactive lessons where the students can respond to questions on their own device.

8. Plickers: The teacher asks a question and the students hold up their QR code. The teacher can then scan the room with a phone or tablet to see the students answers.

9. Quizlet: Online flashcards with results sent to the teacher.

10. Animoto:: Students can create short videos to use for presentations or to respond to a question given by the teacher or their classmates.

11. Dotstorming: a digital whiteboard with sticky notes. The students can vote or respond to a topic.

12. Boom Cards: online task cards for students to complete. They are given immediate feedback and the teacher can access their results.

13. Class Dojo Portfolio: a teacher can assign a topic and the students can respond to it. They can also upload other projects and work that they have done.

14. Quizizz: Students are given a question on their device and they have to answer it. It is similar to Kahoot but they are not timed.

15. Seesaw: This is similar to Class Dojo Portfolios. Students can document their learning and it is an easy formative assessment tool for teachers.

16. A website where teachers can easily create quizzes for students to complete on their devices.

17. Mindmeister: a website where students can create mind maps to show their understanding

18. Edmodo: a website where students can collaborate and complete assignments.

19. Coggle: a website where students can create mind maps to show their understanding.

20. Flipquiz: a website where teachers can create fun review games for students.