Tools for Assessment

Tools for Assessment

Bubble Sheet Templates

EdPuzzle - EdPuzzle allows you to take any online video customize it to make it your lesson. It also allows you you track students' learning. Here's a sample.

Fluberoo - Fluberoo is like a Google Forms quiz, but on steroids. Video.

Gimkit - Built by a high school student this Kahoot! and Quizziz- inspired classroom game focuses on knowledge acquisition, collaboration, and strategy to win.


JeopardyLabs - JeopardyLabs allows you to create a customized jeopardy template without PowerPoint. The games you make can be played online from anywhere in the world, and it's completely free.

Jeopardy Template on Google Slides - Make and save your own customized Jeopardy templates (5 categories and 6 categories) using this Google Slide Deck created by Eric Curts. Check out his original blog post here.

Kahoot! - Kahoot! is a game-based learning and trivia platform for your classroom. Teachers can create Kahoots, or collaboratively create with students. Video.

Mt. Cleverest - (not to be confused with the Aussie alt-rock band, this online collaborative tool, according to their site, "Mt. Cleverest was built to be source-agnostic. You can bring your own favorite videos, lesson plans, and websites and we'll incorporate them instantly. You can also search through our archives by topic or website for the best content that other teachers and curriculum developers have submitted. Just drop in a URL to the content you want to include, and we do the rest!"

Plickers - With Plickers, teachers can formatively assess their students in a jiffy. Students hold up QR codes to answer questions, while teachers simply point their camera across the room. Video and a quick start video.

Poll Everywhere - Poll Everywhere is a web-based audience response system lets you embed interactive activities directly into your presentation. The audience responds on the web or via SMS texting on their phones.

Quizlet Live- Quizlet Live is a collaborative, game-based classroom vocabulary studying tool. Video.

Quizziz - This collaborative, game-based classroom quizzing tool is designed to be a fun way to review and assess.

Respondo! - Respondo! creates writing prompts using a Mad Libs-esque interface.

Socrative - Socrative gives teachers instant insight into student learning with easy-to-create quizzes, polls, and exit tickets. Video.

Testmoz - Testmoz is a free, easy-to-use test generator that sports 4 question types, automatic grading, a really simple interface and creates detailed reports. You can build a fully functional test in about a minute. Video.