Click on any of the links below to learn more about some commonly used digital learning tools. If the tool is on this page, access has been provided or should be free for educators at this time.
A crazy, competitive and fun formative assessment tool. Works best when all students are in the challenge at the same time.
Go to Gimkit.com to learn more
Teacher created quiz games that students are able to complete at thier own pace.
Go to Quizizz.com to learn more
Problems and activities created by teachers that allow the student to respond in real-time!
Visit goformative.com to learn more
Teachers can have a live view of student work and provide realtime feedback. Teachers can also assign partners to work together or as mentors.
Go to Classkick to learn more
Activities, study sets, and really cool interactive diagrams! Quizlet has added “Quizlet Teacher” to assist with remote learning needs.
Go to Quizlet to learn more
Create and learn from interactive images.
Go to Thinglink to learn more
Interactive quiz game that now allows for individual study sets for remote learning.
Go to Kahoot.com to learn more
Build on-the-fly assessments using tools in Socrative.
Go to socrative.com to learn more
You build your Flipgrid class and ask the question. They answer with a quick and easy video.
The world’s smartest dictionary!
Go to vocabulary.com to learn more
Build interactive lessons for students based on the TedTalks that you choose.
Go to TedEd.com to learn more
Turn any video into an interactive lesson using Edpuzzle.
Go to edpuzzle.com to learn more
Polling in in Webex Meetings
Watch this YouTube video