Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Importing Quizzes Into Socrative

Socrative is a popular service for delivering polls and informal assessments to your students through laptops, tablets, and mobile phones. Last week Socrative published a spreadsheet of more than 1,000 quizzes that teachers have created and made available for others teachers to use. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to add one of those quizzes to your Socrative account.

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Disclosure: Socrative’s parent company, MasteryConnect, is an advertiser on my blog.