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Find, Customize, and Create Digital Assignments with Edcite

May 2, 2017

Edcite is a free website that allows teachers to find, customize, and create digital assignments featuring technology-enhanced questions. Teachers can choose from over 22,000 digital assignments that other teachers have shared into the Edcite Assignment Library, including practice for many state-mandated assessments.

Teachers can also build assignments using over 60 interactive question types, which include drag and drop features, graphing, math equation editors, image labeling, and highlighting answers in the text. Videos, audio, reading passages, images, PDFs, Google slides, and PhET simulations can all be embedded into assignments.

Create Digital Assignments

Edcite certainly saves teachers time by automatically scoring most questions. You can grade free response and essay questions using Edcite’s digital rubrics. Teachers receive data instantly through the live dashboard and assignment reports.

The live dashboard also shows how students are progressing through an assignment in real time. The assignment report shows scores by question or standard and can be easily upload into gradebooks.

Edcite is also completely free for teachers and students and even syncs with Google Classroom. Learn more by visiting their website!

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