There are a lot of great assessment tools on the web. The tools below are free, easy to use, and they do what they say they will do:

AnswerGarden– AnswerGarden is a new minimalistic feedback tool. Use it as a tool for online brainstorming or embed it on your website or blog as a poll or guestbook.

Arcademic Skill Builders– Arcademic Skill Builders are online educational video games that offer a powerful approach to learning basic math, language arts, vocabulary, and thinking skills.

Class Dojo– Class Dojo an online behavior management system for teachers.

ClassMarker– The ClassMarker online testing website, is a professional, easy to use, online quiz maker that marks your tests and quizzes for you. Free accounts are limited to 100 responses/month.

DecideAlready– DecideAlready leverages the web to make it simple for organizations and groups to come to a decision about anything in a timely manner.

Doctopus– Doctopus gives teachers the ability to mass-copy (from a starter template), share, and manage grading and feedback for student projects in Google Drive.

EDpuzzle– Make any video your lesson. Make it work for your unique classroom. Crop, Add Your Voice, Embed Questions.

ePlayPosit (formerly EduCanon)– eduCanon is an online learning environment to build and share interactive video lessons, transforming what is traditionally passive content into an active experience for students. By time-linking activities that students engage with as the video progresses the content is segmented into digestible components.

Engrade (Discontinued 6/30/2019)– Free online gradebook.

Fifty Sneakers – (Website is no longer available)– Fifty Sneakers is a secure, easy-to-use, web-based application for building engaging documents and online quizzes and exams.

Flubaroo– Grade online assignments in under a minute! Get reporting and analysis on student performance! Email students their scores.

Google Forms– Part of the Google Docs set of tools, Google Forms allows you to create and share online surveys and automatically populates a Google Spreadsheet with the responses.

JeopardyLabs– Build online Jeopardy-style games.

Kahoot– Create and play quizzes, discussions or even surveys (which we call Kahoots) using any device with a web browser… including a laptop, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android, Chromebook, Windows Phone or PC and more.

Mentimeter– Mentimeter allows you to use mobile phones or tablets to vote on any question you specify.

MicroPoll– Online free web polls generator.

Plickers– Plickers is a powerfully simple tool that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices.

PoLLCODE– Create a free poll for your website, or to share with your friends nearly anywhere online.

Poll Everywhere– Audience response system that uses mobile phones, twitter, and the web. Responses are displayed in real-time on gorgeous charts.

PollSnack– PollSnack is an easy to use online poll & survey software that allows you to create and publish market questionnaires and then view the answers in real time.

Quizalize– Quizalize lets you engage your class and deliver instant assessments for personalised learning on any computer, tablet or smartphone.

QuizBean (formerly QuizPoo)– QuizPoo is the easiest way to create and share online quizzes with your friends. It’s totally free, so what are you waiting for? Make your first quiz!

QuizStar– Create Online Quizzes and Organize Results.

Roobrix– Roobrix is a tool that helps educators avoid grading errors when scoring rubrics.

Rubistar– RubiStar is a free tool to help teachers create quality rubrics.

Socrative– Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational games and exercises via any device.

SurveyMonkey– SurveyMonkey is the world’s most popular online survey tool.

Survs– Survs is an online survey tool that allows you to create, distribute and analyze online surveys with simplicity and elegance.

Teach-Nology Rubric Generators– One of the most extensive teacher resources for rubrics on the Internet.

Testmoz– Testmoz is a test generator that sports 4 question types, automatic grading, a really simple interface and detailed reports.

ThatQuiz– Math test activities for students and teachers of all grade levels.

UWS Rubrics Page– Many rubrics curated by the University of Wisconsin- Stout team.

Wufoo– Wufoo is a web application that helps anybody build amazing online forms.

Yarp– Simple Invitations and Surveys. Do or do not, there is no maybe.

Help Build the Toolbox

If you know of other great assessment web tools, please share them in the comments below.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. I use JupiterEd / Juno. Juno is the assessment part of this wonderful pair of tools. I use Rubrics based on a 5 pt. scale with all of my assignments, and with Jupiter I can set my grading to this scale. It’s wonderful!

  2. I am looking for something that is more of a checklist app for Kindergarten. I want to check off or select what letters they know, what numbers, shapes, sight words etc. Also one where maybe I can type or add notes such as how high they can count. I’ve done lots of googling but just not finding anything and I’m not sure I am capable of creating anything!

    • I think I would consider building that in Google Sheets. You could even build a Google Form, and have it feed the Sheet each quarter, so that you could track growth over time. Google (G Suite) has great how-to videos available. You can add them as a Chrome extension as well.

    • Hey Timothy! I would like to add Surveytogo, it’s a great survey app and suits android tablets which I find a big plus!

  3. Great list, Timothy. I’d like to add QuizPoo – it’s a fun and engaging online quiz marker to help teachers instantly assess their students. Give it a shot and let me know what you think!

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