AnswerGarden is a web-based feedback tool. Use it for real time audience participation, brainstorming and classroom polling. Embed AnswerGardens to your website or as a Google Classroom assignment. Simply create a question, embed the code in your post or share the link and wahlah, you’ve planted a growing tag cloud!
QR Codes can also be generated for each AnswerGarden and data can be exported to Wordle or Tagxedo for a more appealing word cloud.
Engage your students with Quizizz,a multi-user and self-paced assessment tool that makes reviewing a snap. The program can be used on any device with a web browser. Ready to use activities are plentiful or you can create your own. The nice thing with Quizizz is that it integrates well with Google Classroom making assignments a breeze.
This handy dandy app is a must-have for users of a WordPress website. It allows you to publish posts to your website from any place in the world right from the palm of your hand when the urge strikes. You can also view stats and read your favorite blog posts from other sources you’ve selected.
Engage students in a competitive environment by working collaboratively in teams. For a quick lesson review or foreign language and vocabulary building, Baamboozle is quick to provide ready made activities and study guide activities without having to log in (or you can create your own).
Zero preparation needed Open Baamboozle in your class and jump straight into a game or study guide activity.
No two games the same Designed with replay value at its core. Answer different questions each and every time you play. It’s all done automatically of course.
Hassle-free set up Play it from a single device on a projector, smart board or monitor. No students accounts are needed. You can even play without logging in.
An effective teaching tool Students have to reproduce the answers, not just recognize them. Learning is in context, in a highly engaging and competitive environment.