Digital Formative Assessments

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Digital Formative Assessments by Mind Map: Digital Formative Assessments

1. 1. Edulastic

1.1. Edulastic

1.2. Allows teachers to create standard-aligned assessments quickly and get instant feedback from students to adjust learning.

2. 20. Voxer

2.1. Walkie Talkie App for Team Communication | Voxer

2.2. A voice recording tool that lets students listen and self assess their ideas and assignments. Teachers can even send the recordings to parents!

3. 19. Voice Thread

3.1. ‎VoiceThread

3.2. Allows teachers to create and share conversations on documents, diagrams, videos, pictures, etc. It facilitates collaborative student discussion and work.

4. 18. Triventy

4.1. Triventy | Collaborative Classroom Quizzes & Surveys

4.2. A free quiz game platform that allows teacher to create quizzes students take in real-time. The quizzes provide teachers with real-time data on student understanding.

5. 17. Socrative

5.1. Home - Socrative

5.2. Exercises and games that engage students using smartphones, laptops, and tablets.

6. 16. Quia

6.1. Quia

6.2. Teachers can create games, quizzes, surveys, and more, as well as, access a database of existing quizzes from other educators.

7. 15. Nearpod


7.2. Teachers can gather evidence of student learning, but can also create differentiated lessons based on the data they collected.

8. 14. Coggle

8.1. Coggle - Simple Collaborative Mind Maps

8.2. A mind-mapping tool designed to understand student thinking.

9. 11. Book Creator

9.1. Book Creator – bring creativity to your classroom

9.2. Students can simply make online books or comics to showcase what they have learned.

10. 10. Survey Monkey

10.1. SurveyMonkey: The World’s Most Popular Free Online Survey Tool

10.2. Teachers can create and deliver online polls and surveys.

11. 9. Wordle

11.1. Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds

11.2. Generates tag clouds from any entered text to help aggregate responses and facilitate discussion.

12. 8. Quizlet


12.2. Create flashcards, tests, quizzes, and study games that are engaging and accessible online and via a mobile device.

13. 7. Poll Everywhere

13.1. Live interactive audience participation

13.2. Teachers can create a poll and ask questions. Students respond in various ways, and teachers see the results in real-time.

14. 6. Padlet

14.1. Sign up for Padlet

14.2. Provides an essentially blank canvas for students to create and design collaborative projects.

15. 12. Vocaroo

15.1. Vocaroo | Online voice recorder

15.2. Allows students to create audio recordings without the need for software. The recordings can be added into slide shows, presentations, or websites.

16. 13. Animoto


16.2. Gives students the ability to make a short, 30 second share video of what they learned in a given lesson.

17. 5. Google Forms

17.1. Google Forms: Free Online Surveys for Personal Use

17.2. A Google Drive app that allows you to create documents that students can respond to using multiple choice, short response, etc.

18. 4. Dotstorming

18.1. Dotstorming

18.2. A whiteboard app that allows digital sticky notes to be posted and voted on. This tool is best for generating class discussion and brainstorming on different topics and questions.

19. 3. Flipgrid

19.1. Flipgrid

19.2. Students can use 15 second to 5 minute videos to respond to prompts. Teachers and peers can both provide feedback.

20. References

20.1. 75 Digital Tools and Apps Teachers Can Use to Support Formative Assessment in the Classroom

21. 2. Kahoot!

21.1. Kahoot! | Learning games | Make learning awesome!

21.2. A game-based classroom response system, where teachers can create quizzes using internet content.