LessonCorner's Math worksheets generators allow teachers to generate dynamic math worksheets for all grades in 4 easy steps.
free puzzle makers:
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Lets you fill in name, date, signature, etc, and you can change font, border, clipart, and print it out. Very nice feature.
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Free Quiz Tools
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"... an interactive web application that allows the user to
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If you're new to online assessments or simply want to create
a few sample tests, these five no-cost tools are for you.
Take a few minutes to build a short test with each offering
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Created and administered by the High Plains Regional
Technology in Education Consortium, QuizStar makes it easy
to create custom quizzes that your students can take online
from any Internet-connected computer. Questions can be
formatted as multiple choice, true/false or short answer.
You can group your students by class name (e.g. Grade 7
Social Studies) and even activate or deactivate quizzes so
they are available to students only on specific dates.
Students can see how well they scored right after they take
the quiz, and you will receive an email whenever someone
takes your test. Best of all, you can track each time a
student takes a quiz and see aggregate data for all quizzes
taken by each student.
This site offers an online test generator to help you create
multiple choice, fill in the blank, matching, short answer
and true/false questions. The latest version makes it easy
to insert instructions and even divide your test into
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and you can make changes or print out additional copies of
any test you create.
Don't let the name of this offering fool you! The Hot
Potatoes software suite for Mac and Windows includes six
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This popular tool kit was developed to give educators and
online course managers the ability to create interactive
assessment tools quickly and easily -- all without prior
knowledge of Web-page creation (HTML), CGI or other technical
scripting languages. The CREATE TOOL is used to generate a
new online test by inserting question text into the text
areas provided. Once a test has been created in a basic-text
format, users can employ the MODIFY TOOL to improve the test
by including images, audio files, links and more. Once your
test is complete, you can save it to your computer, then
transfer it to your school or district Web site. Find
NetProctor is your no-frills solution for creating multiple
choice, yes/no and fill in the blank tests -- online. Just
fill out a short registration form, choose a user name and
password, enter the name of your test, then start filling in
questions and answers. You can generate user names and
passwords for your students and administer an unlimited number
of assessments during the beta (testing) period.
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The EEP's mission is to link Internet-connected subject matter experts with K-12 classrooms around the world.
Let the EEP coordinate a real-time online chat with a researcher in the field. These telementoring projects are highly structured,
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Students: "You have just been handed a copy of a speech
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As advisers to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence,
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in the form of threat assessments." A hands-on WebQuest
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hotmath.com, a new site that helps students grasp tough concepts by walking them
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