Month: August 2017


Formative is a web-based tool that allows teachers to create assignments, deliver them to students, receive results, and provide individualized feedback in real-time.

To learn more about Formative & how you can use it in the classroom, click on the Smore below:

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Piktochart is an online tool (website and Chrome app) for creating infographics. Combining charts, graphs, text, and graphics, users can easily assemble and present information using the drag-and-drop interface.

To learn more about how to incorporate Piktochart in your classroom, click on the Smore below:

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Quizlet, Quizlet Diagrams & Quizlet Live

Quizlet  is a tool that allows students to create online study sets with images and voice overs. These study sets can be turned into flash cards, tests, scatter games(drag and drop game), races and diagrams. 

There is a corresponding app called Quizlet Live! that allows students to participate together from anywhere with a generated code fostering community and inclusion.

To learn how to use Quizlet in your classroom, click on the Smore below:

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EDpuzzle empowers teachers to make any video your lesson. Crop a video, explain it with your own voice and embed quizzes at any time. If you use videos in the classroom, EDpuzzle is a must have. Take any video from YouTube, Khan Academy, Learn Zillion, etc. make it perfect for your classroom and more engaging for your students. Make any video a true lesson by making it to the point, personal and effective, plus get all the data about your students so you know if they truly understand the lesson.

To learn more about EDpuzzle and how you can use it in your classroom, click on the smore below:

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Kahoot! is a game-based classroom response system and educational platform that leaves your students begging for more. With a refreshingly new take on introducing a subject and formative assessment – through quizzing, collaboration, and presentation of content – Kahoot! initiates peer-led discussions, with students left on the edge of their seats.

To learn more about Kahoot & how you can use it in your classroom, click on the Smore below:

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Quizizz is a free fun multiplayer classroom review tool, that allows all your students to practice and learn together. Super-easy to create quizzes and super-fun to use with avatars, leaderboards, themes, music and memes to keep your students on their toes!

What more? There are millions of public quizzes. You can access the detailed class and student-level data at the end of each quiz which gives you an insight of the entire class.

Click on the Smore below to learn more about how to use Quizizz in your classroom:

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Nearpod is a  platform that enables teachers to manage content on students’ mobile devices (iPad, Chromebook, phone). It combines presentation, collaboration, and real-time assessment tools into one integrated solution.

To learn more about Nearpod and how to use it in the classroom, click on the Smore below:

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Seesaw is a student-driven digital portfolio that empowers students of any age to independently document what they are learning at school and share it with their teachers, parents, classmates, and even the world.

For students, Seesaw helps them see their own growth and provides an audience for their work – whether that be peers, parents, or the world at large.

For parents, Seesaw gives an immediate, personalized window into their child’s day so they can support learning at home.

For teachers, Seesaw saves time on organization and communication, makes formative assessment easy, and provides a safe place to teach digital citizenship skills

Click on the smore below to find out more about this great tool: