Flash based quiz creation tools
- ContentGenerator.net - Flash based interactive games and quizzes that can be run directly from you computer or uploaded to your School's VLE with little or no experience of using Flash.
HTML quiz generators
- Hot Potatoes - includes six applications, enabling you to create interactive multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and gap-fill exercises for the World Wide Web. On September 1, 2009, Hot Potatoes was released as freeware.
Online Quiz Creation Tools
- InfuseLearning - is a free online tool which turns any web enabled device into a classroom response tool. The tool allows teachers to send questions / quizzes out to students' devices in private virtual classrooms. InfuseLearning allows teachers to create tests and quizzes in a variety of formats. Students can reply to prompts and questions in the usual formats such as True/False, multiple choice and open ended text answer formats however, thanks to a unique feature of InfuseLearning, students can reply by creating drawings or diagrams on their web enabled device.
- Socrative - is a great AfL app which allows you to create interactive quizzes and surveys. Socrative allows you to choose form a range of surveys and quizzes including: Short Answer Questions, Multiple choice and True or False questions. The most recent version also allows you to add pictures to you questions.
- Zondle - enables teachers and students to create games to support their learning. Teachers create and set topics on the zondle website for their students to play in games of their choosing. Students can also use the zondle website to create their own topics to match exactly what they want to learn, or to view their personal progress. Teachers can also use the zondle website to manage their zondle classes and view progress (with the zondle Gradebook).
Apps for creating quizzes
- Quiz Master Pro - This Fun classroom app allows the Teacher to take on the role of a Quiz Question Master or game show host with the class/students taking on the role of the contestants. The class/students are divided into two teams. They are presented with quizzes and questions that the teacher has already entered into the app. The teams compete against each other to win the quiz. The winners are the team who get the most questions correct from any particular quiz. The app comes in two versions, a free Lite version (Users are limited to only three quizzes) and pro (Ad Free) version (£1.49).
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