Digital Assessments

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Digital Assessments by Mind Map: Digital Assessments

1. Provides real time audience participation tools, online brainstorming, and classroom feedback.

2. Link to AnswerGarden

3. AnswerGarden

4. Link to GoFormative

5. Obsurvey

6. Create surveys, polls, and questionnaires quickly and easily

7. Link to Obsurvey

8. Pear Deck

9. Plan and build interactive presentations that students can participate in through smart device

10. Link to Pear Deck

11. PingPong

12. Provides a place where students can pose questions, take notes, make notes on content, and share resources

13. Link to PingPong

14. Remind

15. Allows teachers to text students and stay in touch with parents

16. Link to Remind

17. Quia

18. Teachers can create games, quizzes, surveys, and more

19. Link to Quia

20. QuickVoice Recorder

21. Allows teachers to record discussions, classes, and sync them with other audio files

22. Link to QuickVoice

23. Quizlet

24. Create flashcards, quizzes, tests, and games that are engaging

25. Link to quizlet

26. Scattervox

27. Polling tool that makes each question 2-dimensional by having respondents use quadrants for their response, creating a scatter plot

28. TitanPad

29. Tool for collaboration. Offers 8 colors to chose from so that each contributor can use a different color. Good for group work

30. Link to TitanPad

31. VoiceThread

32. Allows you to create and share conversations on documents, diagrams, videos, and pictures

33. Link to Voice Thread

34. Private area to create classroom discussion, have live chats, and hold meetings

35. Link to Chatzy

36. ClassKick

37. Allows teachers to post assignments for students, so both the teacher and peers can post feedback on the subject. Students can check progress on their work

38. Link to ClassKick

39. GoFormative

40. Provides teachers the opportunity to assign activities to students, receive the results in real time, and then provide immediate feedback to students

41. Google Forms

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

43. Link to Google Forms

44. Naiku

45. Teachers can quickly create quizzes that students can answer using their mobile device, used for checking understanding before or after a lesson

46. Link to Naiku

47. PollDaddy

48. Quick and easy way to create online quizzes and questions. Can be accessed through smartphone

49. Link to PollDaddy

50. RabbleBrowswer

51. An app that allows a teacher to facilitate collaborative browsing experience

52. Link to RabbleBrowser

53. Link to Scattervox

54. ShowMe Interactive Whiteboard

55. Whiteboard tool that allows teachers and students to check understanding

56. Link to ShowMe Whiteboard

57. Tagul

58. Word cloud that allows user to make each word an active link to connect to a website

59. Link to Tagul

60. TodaysMeet

61. Online collaborative tool that allows educators to create a room in which students can share ideas, answers and thoughts to lectures and lessons

62. Link to TodaysMeet

63. Chatzy