The EdTech Coach Podcast

Thursday, July 12, 2018

10 Great Review Apps for the Classroom

Want your class to review before a test? Facilitate a test review with these apps:

KahootGamify your review with Kahoot! Students log in and compete against each other in choosing the correct answer to review questions.
NearpodMake your review interactive with Nearpod! Nearpod is a fantastic interactive presentation app where the teacher can lead the class through an interactive presentation or let the students go it alone at their own pace.
SocrativeTurn your class review into a space race! The first person or team to answer the review questions correctly is the winner!
Quizlet LiveReview while fostering student collaboration. Students are assigned teams in which they try and answer review questions before the other teams.
Pear DeckKeep your students engaged with this great interactive presentation app. Students can work at their own pace or can be teacher led. Pear Deck slides feature draggable answers, multiple choice, or drawing.
FlipgridAsk students to explain concepts using Flipgrid. Then, ask other students to comment on or add to what other students have said.
RecapUse Recap to pose review questions and facilitate a chat. Students can respond with either a typed chat response or a video response.
PlickersGet instant feedback without student devices! Print out the cards and distribute to the students. Students simply hold up the card representing the correct answer, then the teacher uses their phone to read the cards, getting instant feedback.
Poll EverywhereUse Poll Everywhere to either ask your students open-ended review questions or multiple choice questions review questions. Instantly see where your class stands for the test.
EdPuzzleUse EdPuzzle to create a teacher review video. Then, insert questions in the video at key points. Students work at their own pace to complete the video review.

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