Socrative – This is a tool that is really similar and somewhat less competitive than that of Kahoot. For this reason it may not be as interesting to students. I also found it to be less user friendly than other assessment tools. There are options for pre-made quizzes as well as games using multiple choice questions, true/ false, and short answer. The data can be filed easily for user accessibility, but I haven’t had anyone take my quiz yet, so the ease of that is to be determined, but all of the links also show you how they can be used within the tool. Students are able to type in the instructor’s room number code to access the quiz really quickly and answers can be shared or hidden depending on instructor preference. I enjoyed this tool, but I think that it’s more boring for students than Kahoot in my personal opinion.
To access a Socrative quiz that belongs to another user, make sure that they have their share toggle switched on and that they give your their unique SOC number to that specific quiz.