Socrative Student

Socrative is platform agnostic tool that allows users engage it across platforms (e.g., website and app), and it provides users with a classroom environment. With Socrative, users can engage in multiple interactive-learning activities, such as quick-question formats, bell-ringer activities, games, and exit tickets. Data from the interactions can be collected, displayed, and saved immediately, which can then be emailed or saved to a cloud-based storage solution. With its functionality, Socrative provides quick feedback from all users that gives everyone in the classroom a voice. Plus, teachers can see data in real time, which can inform their instructional decisions.…

Review Overview

Utility - 8
Support - 8.7
Design - 9.3

8.7

Socrative: A Best App for Teachers

Summary : Make collecting and assessing real-time student fun, engaging and easy with this must-have, free app.

Socrative is platform agnostic tool that allows users engage it across platforms (e.g., website and app), and it provides users with a classroom environment. With Socrative, users can engage in multiple interactive-learning activities, such as quick-question formats, bell-ringer activities, games, and exit tickets. Data from the interactions can be collected, displayed, and saved immediately, which can then be emailed or saved to a cloud-based storage solution. With its functionality, Socrative provides quick feedback from all users that gives everyone in the classroom a voice. Plus, teachers can see data in real time, which can inform their instructional decisions.

Classroom Applications

  1. After teaching a topic or reading a text, teachers can use this app to monitor student understanding with the true/false, multiple-choice, or short-answer Quick Questions.
  2. Teachers can structure a set of true/false statements to indicate progress on completing tasks using the “Space Race” function. These tasks could include setting up for a lab activity or completing different in-class assignments. The group or individual’s responses to the questions can provide teachers with quick feedback regarding which groups need supplemental assistance.
  3. The “exit slip” function can be used to assess what students gained from class and what information needs to be retaught to students.
  4. Students can anonymously be polled on their opinions of a topic. They can also answer a free-response question and be polled on which response is most appropriate and why. Or, the poll function can be used to have students list questions that they have about a topic. Teachers can then draw from this data to guide their future instruction.
  5. Teachers use the “Quick Question” feature by first choosing a short-answer, multiple-choice, or true/false question and then asking students to respond via their mobile devices. Once all students have given a response, the answers can be discussed in groups to provide peer interaction.
A1. Productivity
A2. Frequency
A3. Guidance
A4. Relevance
A5. Credibility
A6. Differentiation
B1. Multipurpose
B2. Collaboration & Communication
B3. Ability to Save Progress
B4. Modifications
B5. Platform Integration
B6. Security
C1. Navigation
C2. Ease of Use
C3. Customization
C4. Aesthetics
C5. Screen Design
C6. Information Presentation
C7. Media Integration
C8. Free of Distractors

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