Assessing Online


Scoring Guides/Rubrics


  • Padlet – A free website for collecting and sharing text, images, videos, and files.  

  • SeeSaw - Student driven digital portfolios. Students can show their work with photos, videos, drawings, text, PDFs and links.  

Online Assessment Tools

  • Microsoft Forms – Works with our office suite to gather feedback, create surveys, polls or quizzes.  

  • NearPod – Lets you create or upload a slideshow, to which you can then add your own questions. Works in the browser of any device.

  • PearDeck – Works with Google Slides as a formative assessment tool with interactive questions.

  • Kahoot! – A free class quiz game that lets teachers use multiple choice or sequencing questions. Can be used synchronously or asynchronously

  • Socrative – A free web-based service that lets you assess students with prepared activities or on-the-fly questions to get immediate insights into learning.

  • Quizizz – A game and quiz-making application

  • PollEverywhere – A real-time polling app that works with mobile, Twitter, or in your web browser

Peer Assessment Tools

  • Peerceptive – a research-validated peer assessment technology, creates a virtuous cycle of feedback. Free until June 2020.

  • Peergrade – a free online platform to facilitate peer feedback sessions with students.

  • TEAMMATES – Award winning, field-tested platform for peer evaluations/feedback, shareable instructor comments and more.