Padlet allows users to collect information and pin it onto a virtual bulletin board. Videos, text, links and images can be dragged and dropped onto the board on virtual sticky notes.

Described as a “digital worksheet tool”, Wizer is a robust tool that can be used to create formative or summative assessments, activities and general learning tasks.

Turn your Google Spreadsheets into flashcards, quizzes, games and more!

EdPuzzle is a tool that allows you to turn videos into assessments by integrating questions, audio voice-overs and will even note how much of the video the students watched, if they jumped ahead, etc. 

Pear Deck is a simple interactive presentation tool that allows teachers to poll students, give quizzes and check for understand in a simple to use platform.  Pear Deck allows teachers to share presentations on students devices.

Plickers is a rapid-response polling tool that quickly lets you assess for understanding. You do not need devices for every student and can quickly gather information about students from your phone using coded cards.

Formative is great for elementary students as well as older students. Formative allows teachers to ask a question of students and see their individual responses in real time.   

Socrative allows teachers to poll students, give quizzes and check for understanding in a simple to use platform. Students go to a web address where they log in their answers. Socrative has a built in exit ticket to quickly gauge student understanding.

Quizizz is game-ified formative assessment tool that allows students to proceed through questions at their own pace. There are options to include a leader-board, music, customizable memes that pop up to give feedback.

Kahoot uses bright colors, suspenseful music and updated rankings throughout its quizzes to create a game-like atmosphere. Questions and answer choices (displayed as color and symbol choices) are projected on a classroom screen, and students respond on personal devices.