Interactive Quizzes

  • StudyBlue allows you to find flashcards or create your own and then share them with your students. But instead of old school index cards, your students can access these flashcards on their smartphone. Help your students remember no matter where they are. With StudyBlue, students can study from anywhere without lugging around a collection of flashcards.

  • Quizzy -  free tool that allows you to quickly create and publish self-paced review quizzes for your students. The nice thing about Quizzy is that your students don’t need to create usernames and passwords to take your practice quizzes. The downside to that is you don’t have a good way to see which students have used your review quizzes and which students haven’t used your review quiz.

  • Quizalize students play your quiz games on their laptops or tablets by going to the Quizalize website then entering their names and a class code. Students are awarded points for correctly answering questions quickly. Students are given feedback instantly on every quiz question that they answera nd can track their own progress on a game when they play it multiple times. A total score is presented to students at the end of every quiz. Students can play a quiz game as a classroom activity or you an assign to them to play at home. Video on how to use Quizalize.

  • Socrative  Online quiz game for students.Engage, assess and personalize your class with Socrative! Educators can initiate formative assessments through quizzes, quick question polls, exit tickets and space races. Socrative will instantly grade, aggregate and provide visuals of results to help you identify opportunities for further instruction.

  • Kahoot  Create a fun learning game in minutes, made from a series of multiple choice questions. Add videos, images and diagrams to your questions to amplify engagement!

  • Quizlet Create your own flashcards or choose from millions created by other Quizlet users on thousands of subjects.

  • Google Forms  Use Images and videos to create multiple choice, open-ended, or fill in the blank questions. Use Flubaroo script for grading multiple choice. No student email required.

  • Blubbr - Use video to create multiple choice questions. Students have immediate feedback. No student email required.

  • Ed Puzzle - Use Video and audio to create multiple choice, open-ended, or fill in the blank questions. Students have immediate feedback. No student email required.

  • EduCanon - Use Video to create multiple choice, open-ended, or fill in the blank questions. Students have immediate feedback. No student email required.

  • Zaption - Use Images, Video and audio to create multiple choice, open-ended or scale questions. Students have immediate feedback. No student email required.

  • TinyTap - Use Images, Video and audio to create multiple choice, matching or fill in the blank questions. Students have immediate feedback. No student email required.

  • Riddle - Use Images and Video to create multiple choice or true/false questions. Students have immediate feedback. No student email required.

  • Yacapca  A Resource of free already made quizzes. Yacapaca is the free assessment platform for schools, nonschool and home-schoolers. Create, share, set, mark and analyze a range of assessment such as quizzes, tests, surveys, eportfolios and more. YouTube video on how to use.

  • Quiz Hub  Fun K-12 Online Interactive Learning Quiz Games  —  Focused on Facts. For all subjects

Testing/Test Maker

  • Testmoz

  • TestMaker is an online test generator to help you create and manage your tests! Create, print and publish your tests online! EasyTestMaker makes it easy for you to perfectly format multiple question types, print alternate versions, and publish to the web for online tests.

Updated November 9, 2017