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EDIT: This course takes a look at an older Socrative interface. In July 2016 the app updated it's design so some videos might not be 100% accurate. The steps for starting/editing a quiz are currently the same.
In this Teacher's Superpowers series course, we will take a look at Socrative.
Socrative is a great tool to use in class. It helps you engage with your students and gather feedback on any kind of subject. You can run lengthy quizzes, transforming the way you do assessments or quick one question quizzes.
In this course we will cover every part of the app:
If you are a teacher and you would like to start using a simple tool in your class that can have a great impact, Socrative is perfect and this course covers every aspect of it.
Start using this superpower.
Song credits: Life of Riley by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|Section 2: Registering an account|
Resetting the password
|Section 3: The dashboard|
|Section 4: Creating and editing a quiz|
Adding a multiple choice question
Adding a true false question
Adding a short answer question
Attaching an image to a question
Turning on rich text formatting
Duplicating, reordering and deleting a question
|Section 5: The manage quizzes tab|
Import quiz by soc number
Import by excel
|Section 6: Starting a quiz|
Types of activities
Student Paced - Immediate Feedback
Student Paced - Student Navigation
Ending an activity
|Section 7: Live results|
The main live results page
Question drill down
|Section 8: Quick question|
Multiple choice and true false
Free response and voting
|Section 9: Exit ticket|
The default Exit ticket quiz
Custom Exit ticket
|Section 10: Space race|
Starting a space race
Running a space race
|Section 11: Reports|
The reports view
Report drill down
|Section 12: My Profile|
|Section 13: Conclusions|
We are a group of two teachers (K12) and a software developer that are enthusiasts about edtech. We try to use new technologies each day in class and also share our experience with other teachers.