Here Is An Excellent Formative Assessment Tool to Use in Your Class. December 15, 2015Quizizz is a great web tool we discovered through Learning in Hand.
Quizizz allows you to create interactive quiz games to use in your instruction for a number of educational purposes including formative assessment. Quiz games you create have up to 4 answer options including a correct answer. You can also add images to the background of your questions and customize the settings of your questions the way you want. When your quizzes are ready you can share them with your students using a generated 5 digit code. My Reports section in Quizizz provides you with data and stats about your students performances. Pear Deck. 20 Good Map Creation Tools for Students.
A couple of years ago I published a list of 21 online map creation tools.
Since then some of those tools have gone offline and new tools have replaced them. Here's my updated list of online map creation tools for students and teachers. What2Learn - Create Your Own Review Games. EduClipper App. Tools for Creating Animations in Your Browser or On Your Tablet. Multimedia Learning Resources - Educaplay.
Showcase - Zaption. Video - How to Create Custom Columns on Padlet Walls. Qwiki - The Easiest Way to Create Video : Qwiki. Engrade. NounProject. Piktochart. School Management Software. JupiterGrades Gradebook. Pictolang. Your Surveydaddy Contents. We are upgrading your Surveydaddy account to a Polldaddy account! We have decided to provide all of our services directly on Polldaddy.com so you will now get access to even more features. What does this mean for you? Your login details and account will remain the same, you will now login at Polldaddy.com. Your surveys, dashboard, settings and reports will remain exactly the same. Beautiful web-based timeline software. PowToon : Online business presentation software to create free, cool, animated, powerpoint video alternatives. SNAP! (Build Your Own Blocks)
Free eye candy Vector and SVG graphics in HTML5 presentations or canvas. Back in July we released our Vector Assets starting with our Vintage class of icons.
What we’re really excited about is the release of a new Category of Icons that are so crisp and colorful that you won’t be able to resist using at least some of them on your next Presenter project. Every single asset has been hand crafted by professional designers and illustrators. They’re so tasty looking, you just wanna Lick’em! Hence we decided to name this new category of assets: Eye Candy. A ton of high quality graphic assets right at your fingertips. There are a ton of design and animation applications out there but most are either too difficult to use or too limited. Free vectors icons for download and Icon font. Adobe Muse templates and themes - Free Sample and Tutorials. QR Codes in the Classroom. Dash. Infographics.
Book Creator. Help. Free HTML5 Flip Book Maker; Interactive Html5 Digital Publishing Platform for Magazines, Catalogs, and more. How to Create a Custom Map on Wikia Maps. Wideo, WeVideo, and Magisto - Three Good Tools for Creating Videos Online. How to Import Quizzes Into Your Socrative Account. How to Create a Multimedia Timeline. Enable Automatic Grading of Quizzes With Flubaroo for Google Sheets.
Skaffl – An iPad App for Distributing, Collecting, and Grading Assignments. HSTRY - Create Multimedia Timelines in an Online Classroom. Last night I posted a chart comparing the features of five free multimedia timeline creation tools.
Thanks to a comment by Robert McNulty on the FreeTech4Teachers Facebook page I learned about a fantastic new timeline creation tool. HSTRY is a multimedia timeline creation tool that will work on your laptop, Chromebook, iPad, or tablet. Chromebook Creation: Slides, ThingLink, & Snagit. This is a guest post from Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec) of EdTechTeacher - an advertiser on this site.
With Chromebooks being adopted as the 1:1 tool of choice in schools throughout the country, it is helpful to note that there a number of options that allow for student creation that go beyond the suite of Google tools. One example of this creative potential takes advantage of a staple in the Google Apps library, Slides, and works in combination with Thinglink as well as the Chromebook screencasting option from TechSmith, Snagit. In the image below, the process is outlined where a student could create an image or poster in Google Slides, export the image as a PNG or JPEG file, and then upload that file to Thinglink. Once in Thinglink, the hotspot tags can be added to include text, links, or even YouTube videos. Below is a final screencast that demonstrates the entire creation process and what a final Thinglink screencast created with Snagit could look like.
ProjectWriter for Collaborative Classroom Assignments. 11 Jan ProjectWriter is a new web tool that lets teachers design projects step-by-step.
Users start off by naming their project and adding assignments for students to complete, such as answering a question by submitting a piece of writing. As soon as they complete the task you can view their work and offer feedback. Students can then review the work of their peers anonymously. It’s a great tool for conducting group nonfiction writing projects for History/Social Studies, Science, Technical Subjects, or English Language Arts. ProjectWriter is free for teachers and easy to use, learn more by visiting their website! Like this: Crumbles. Presenter.