Tag Archives: assessment

StudyAce Learning Games

Study Ace is a flexible platform for users to create, share, and engage study materials. After launching and logging into the app, users can tap the “Home” button on the bottom of the screen and select one of the “Sample Games” to play. Next, a new screen will appear, and it will display the games users can play at the ...

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Fluency Tutor

Fluency Tutor: Working to Automate Running Records

Trial! Fluency Tutor by Google is a web app for Chrome that allows teachers to create classes in the app or import classes from Google Classroom and then assign students enrolled in the class reading passages. Once assigned, students can use tools to support their reading of the passage before recording themselves reading it. To begin, teachers must download the ...

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CommonLit

CommonLit: A Top Notch Website for Reading!

Free! CommonLit is a learning management system designed to support students’ reading development. To begin, teacher users must register with the website and then create a class. To do so, teacher users must click the “My Dashboard” option and then click the “Create a New Class” option. At this point, teacher users can import a class from Google Classroom or ...

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Edulastic: A Standards-Based Assessment Tool

Free! Edulastic is a web-based tool for creating assessments and assigning them to students. To begin, teacher users must launch the website and register as a teacher. (This process requires that the school where the teacher works is registered with Edulastic.) Next, the dashboard loads, and teachers should click the “Create New Class” option. They will then be asked to ...

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Musicality – An Inventory of Musical Abilities

Free! Musicality is an inventory that analyzes users’ musical abilities, including those they have and those they want to develop. To begin, users must first launch the website and click the “Start” button to access the inventory. They are then asked for their name and if they play an instrument. Users then answer 18 questions regarding their musical abilities, specifically ...

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USA Test Prep – A Website for Creating Standards-Based Assessments

Paid! USA Test Prep is a comprehensive test and review system for creating classes, assessing learning, and reviewing information. To begin, teachers must register with the website, and the website will then provide them with a quick overview of its functionalities. Next, users can click the “Create a Class” button on the bottom of the screen followed by naming their ...

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Read Theory

Free! Read Theory is a website designed to assess users’ reading ability by lexile score. To begin, teacher users must first register with the website and then click the “+” button to create a class, and they can then enroll students in the class by choosing the “Creating New Students Accounts” or the “Inviting Existing Students” option. (For this review, ...

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Go Formative

Free! Go Formative is a web-based tool used to assess and monitor student learning. To begin, users must register as either a teacher or a student. (For the intent of this review, it will be discussed from the teacher perspective.) Next, users will see their dashboard, which allows them to add and edit assignments, their profile, and classes. First, to ...

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Extempore – A Website for Learning Language

Extempore is designed to assess users’ speaking skills as they acquire a new language. Extempore functions as both a website and an app. To begin, teacher users will need to log into the Extempore website. Next, teacher users will click the “Content” button on the top of the screen, choose if they wish to create or edit an assessment, and ...

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