Assessment Spotlight: The Answer Pad

15 Nov

Screen Shot 2013-11-14 at 9.33.03 PMI’m excited to share some great new updates from one of my favorite assessment tools, The Answer Pad!  So much more than an app, The Answer Pad lets students with access to an Internet browser input answers for formative and summative assessments.  Teachers can easily transform their existing assessments into paperless exams so test results can be saved in an organized fashion.  The fantastic Go Interactive feature helps teachers gather information on student understanding at any point during a lesson.  In a one to one classroom, teachers can send a question out to their students and children can type in their answer, draw a picture on virtual graph paper or use any of the preloaded tools to demonstrate their understanding.    There are tons of cool features that make The Answer Pad worth exploring!
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The Answer Pad is free for teachers – up to eight classes and 200 students each!

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