Digital Formative Assessments

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Digital Formative Assessments by Mind Map: Digital Formative Assessments

1. Videos

1.1. Animoto - students make a short video describing their learning

1.2. AudioNote - records both audio and notes to share with others

1.3. Educreations - create videos to capture audio and notes

1.4. ShowMe - use interactive whiteboards to check for understanding

1.5. SeeSaw - students document what they are learning

2. Responses/Ideas

2.1. Padlet - blank canvas that provides space to brainstorm ideas

2.2. GoFormative.com - teacher asks open-ended questions and students give live responses

2.3. Answer Garden - teachers "plant" a question and students send digital responses

2.4. Google Forms - create surveys and quizzes with a variety of answer options

2.5. Lino - virtual bulletin board with sticky notes to display comments or questions

3. Quiz/Poll

3.1. Socrative - create quizzes, surveys, or games that are shareable with teachers

3.2. Mentimeter - use tablet or cell phone to vote on teacher-asked questions

3.3. Plickers - students hold up printed cards and teacher scans with iPad or cell phone

3.4. Quizlet - create flashcards, quizzes, and study games

4. Games

4.1. Kahoot - administer quizzes through the game-like classroom response system

4.2. Quizziz - game-like quizzes to use as formative assessments

5. Vocabulary

5.1. Wordle - word clouds to reinforce vocabulary

5.2. Wordables - word clouds with pictures that form a clue to the topic

6. Name Generators

6.1. PickMe! - for random student selection

6.2. RandomName/Word Picker - facilitates random name picking