This week is a vacation week for the vast majority of readers of this blog. As I do at this time every year, I’m going to republish some of the most popular posts of 2018. Here’s one from March.
Over the years I have tried and written reviews of dozens of tools that teachers can use to create multimedia quizzes. But at the end of the day there is just a handful of tools that I consistently think of when it is time to make a quiz myself. Those tools are included in the following chart. Links to video tutorials for each tool are included in the chart.
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A few points about the items in the chart:
- Formative supports embedding media from third parties. That means that you could include an embedded audio file from a source like Vocaroo or Anchor.fm.
- Vizia responses land in a spreadsheet or CSV file of your choosing.
- If you’re wondering why I didn’t include Kahoot or programs like it, I put Kahoot in the category of “game” and not something I would use for an assessment that would go into my gradebook.
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>> Source: Free Technology for Teachers