Alternative Web-Based Tools

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    The following are tools and resources that you can explore and use in place of the Intel Tools(Visual Ranking, Seeing Reason, Showing Evidence and Assessing Projects.)

     

    Popplet

    http://popplet.com/

    Students click and drag to reorder, rearrange, and rank popples that can include text, images, drawings, and embedded videos. Share popplets across student devices or use the Presentation mode for whole-class display.

    • Free, web-based, and very easy to use
    • Create “popples” with text, images, drawings, or embedded video
    • Save your popplet (requires a free account) to share with students
    • Students click and drag to reorder, rearrange, and rank the popples
    • Option to print or export student work for comparing with other groups
    • Includes a presentation mode for whole-class display
    • “Duplicate Popplet” feature makes it easy to share with multiple student groups
    • Doesn’t support real-time collaboration across multiple devices

    Padlet

    https://padlet.com

    Create individual tiles with text and embedded multimedia, and then easily share your Padlet with a unique URL. The simple interface allows students to rank items by dragging and rearranging tiles on the screen while collaborating in real time across multiple devices.

     

    • Free, web-based, and easy to use
    • Create tiles with text, images, recorded sound, embedded video, or file attachments
    • Creates a unique URL for easy sharing with students
    • Students click and drag to reorder, rearrange, and rank the items
    • Multiple print and export options
    • Supports real-time collaboration across multiple devices

     

    Mindomo

    www.mindomo.com

    Create floating topics with text, images, and video for each item in a list and use the unique URL to share your mind map. Students click and drag to reorder and rank the topics, all while collaborating in real time across multiple devices.

     

    • Free (for a basic account) and web-based
    • Create “floating topics” with text, images, or embedded video
    • Creates a unique URL to share the mind map with students
    • Students click and drag to reorder, rearrange, and rank the topics
    • Option to print or export as an image file (free) or choose from other export formats (requires a paid account)
    • Real-time collaboration across multiple devices
    • Includes a full-screen mode for displaying rankings to the whole class
    • “Make a copy” feature makes it easy to share with multiple student groups
    • Uploading images or video from your computer requires a paid account, but multimedia with a URL can be embedded with a free account

    PinUp

    https://pinup.com

    This simple tool allows students to move sticky notes on a board while they reorder and rank ideas. Supports real-time student collaboration across multiple devices.

     

    • Free, web-based, and simple to use
    • Create a canvas with multiple sticky notes (text only)
    • Creates a  unique URL for easy sharing with students
    • Students click and drag to reorder, rearrange, and rank the notes
    • Limited print and export options
    • Supports real-time collaboration across multiple devices

     

     

    DebateGraph

    http://debategraph.org/

    An award-winning web-platform for visualizing and sharing networks of thought – and opening reasoning and action to collaborative learning and iterative improvement. It offers individuals and communities a powerful way to learn about, and deliberate and decide on complex issues.

     

    iRubric

    http://www.rcampus.com/indexrubric.cfm

    A comprehensive rubric development, assessment, and sharing tool in an easy-to-use package. Rubrics can be created from scratch or adapted from a public library of rubrics.

    ForAllRubrics
    https://www.forallrubrics.com/teachers/

    https://www.forallrubrics.com/teachers/

     

    A rubric and badging platform for teaching and learning.

    • Easily create standards-aligned rubrics, checklists & badges
    • Score on tablets and mobile devices
    • No internet necessary in the classroom
    • Issue digital badges with evidence
    • Print rubrics for completing on paper or save and share as a PDF file