Quiz Tools for 21st Century Teachers
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Google Docs (forms) enable creating many different types of quizzes, embedding them into your sites , automatically collecting usernames, sending data to a spreadsheet, self-grading options such as “if statements”. And, Flubaroo is a free script that you can use to grade the quizzes that you administer through Google Docs. Google Forms also has many public templates with some quizzes that have already been made, you can use and modify them.
ThatQuiz – a free online non-commercial resources for teachers and students, there are built in quizzes for math, science, language arts, and social studies, which are adjustable in both difficulty and length. The interface has not been limited by the pre-built and allows educators to make their own tests covering any subject and set of questions. It allows for multiple languages.
Zoho Challenge , creating quizzes with a polished look.
MyStudiyo – creating online multimedia quizzes with this innovative site, as with most quiz sites, users can either post their quiz online or embed it into their site
Quibblo – creating quizzes in a social networking environment.; quizzes can be rated, shared with others, and embedded into a site.
Testmoz – creating automatically graded quizzes with four question types , each quiz generates a unique URL
ProProfs – creating quizzes, coorporate test, educational exam. , the paid version offers more features such as student tracking, privacy settings, and others
GoToQuiz – a very simple site for creating a quiz that generates a unique URL for others to take
ClassMarker – another nice site for creating embeddable quizzes, similar to ProProfs, the paid version opens up a lot more options for the users.
QuizStar – You can ceate quizzes for students to take online, utilize the report tools, create multilingual quizzes for free. (from 4Teachers.org)
QuizSnack – You can customize the looks of your poll and survey widgets, in many different languages, embed your quizzes in your website, export your data as CSV.
Quizinator enables you to create a bank of your own questions or pick from their collections to create quizzes. You can include images in the question. When you’ve selected all the questions you want, it will format the quiz for printing. Its capacity for creating multiple versions of the same quiz is really helpful.
Gnowledge is a new (beta) free site designed for creating and taking tests/exercises. The features include sharing tests and results with social network, tracking progress, rating a test, searching a test by subject or grade level.
Braineos – creating flash-card-based quizzes on a number of different subjects
Creating multiple choice quizzes from PowerPoint (from presentationsoft.about.com)
Polleverywhere – For class sizes of 30 or less it is free and unlimited. Its great for polling your class for opinion and understanding. The results can be embedded into a PowerPoint presentation or web page and update in real time. responses can be submitted via text message, Twiitter or web. It’s the favorite tool of many teachers for creating pools.
Web 2.0 Survey & Polling Tools: A Quick Guide