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Teaching Tips: Online Assessments

Teachers can explore these sites for online assessment tools. Some sites are free and some require a payment after a 30 day trial period. Many sites have pre-written assessments that students can take and then data is provided back to the teacher. On other sites teachers can input their own questions and answers, and assessments will be scored and data provided to the teacher. Included is a link to an eThemes resource on writing assessment tools.


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Teachers can create a quiz and track the results. This site offers a free 30 day trial. Go to "Shared Activities" for free activities.
This site has movies and an accompanying quiz on many different topics. Topics are for students from grades K-8. The quiz can be taken before or after the movie and the results sent to the teacher's email address. NOTE: Some of the movies are free. Most topics require a subscription.
This reading assessment is for grades 3-5. Scroll down to click on the blue box to use the calculator. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This site has a daily PE quiz for forth to sixth grade students. Teachers and students are required to register to participate.
Create your own rubric or select from examples of numerous types of rubrics for many subjects. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Teachers can use this site to generate rubrics in language arts, math, science, social studies, and much more. NOTE: The site includes ads and pop-up ads.
Teachers can utilize a report management tool and create quizzes in another language. QuizStar is free and there is also a commercial version of QuizStar.
This site allows teachers to create tests with multiple choice questions, fill-in-the-blank, matching, short answer, and true and false questions on the same test. Alternate versions and master answer sheets are automatically generated. After 30 days there is a fee for the PLUS features, but the basic version is free.
This online assessment and survey engine is fee-based, but teachers can sign up for a "Test Drive."
This site also has a free 30 day trial period. Teachers can click on "Downloads" to get "Trial Versions and Student Players."
Students can use pre-written assessments under the link, "Samples." Samples exist for Word, Access, and Excel. By inputting an email address the student can get the results for their test. This site is fee based but the sample tests are free.
These sites include rubrics, scoring guides, and checklists for assessing student writing. Ideas for peer editing and student self-evaluation are included. Several of these assessment tools can be used as they are while others can be constructed online.

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