The purpose of this post is to share with you this collection of handy tools to use to create surveys and polls. These tools are simple and easy to use and offer a wide variety of features that enable you to design different types of surveys and polls. No coding knowledge is required.
Some of the features these survey tools offer include : access to pre-designed templates, insert various types of questions, add multimedia materials to your surveys, upload files, track analytics and audience interaction, generate reports, and many more.
1. Zoho Survey
Zoho Survey is a good tool that teachers can use to create surveys and quizzes. Zoho Survey enables you to easily create your own surveys. It offers a wide variety of pre-made templates with the ability to edit and customize them the way you want. You can add different question types, drag and drop questions, upload your logo, add your own theme, and many more.
Mentimeter is a polling tool that allows you to create interactive presentations and quizzes with real-time voting. The way it works is simple: use Mentimeter’s online editor to create interactive slides that embed different question types including Multiple Choice, Word Cloud, Open ended, Scales, Ranking, and Q&A.
When your quiz (Mentimeter calls it presentation) is ready, share generated the code with your participants who can join using any mobile device with Internet connection. Participants can answer questions and view their results in real time. Final results can be downloaded and exported for later analysis.
Jotform is a web tool that lets you create various types of forms including surveys, polls, and questionnaires. Jotform offers several features to facilitate your form creation including an easy drag and drop builder, tons of professionally designed templates, various customizable options, access to different sharing options, analytic reports, and many more.
Typeform is a good form builder that you can use to create a wide variety of form types including: surveys, contact forms, questionnaires, quizzes, registration forms, polls, invitations and many more. Typeform provides a set of interesting features (some of which are interactive) enabling you to easily collect and share information in a secure way.
5. Poll Everywhere
Poll Everywhere is a platform that allows you to create live polls, surveys, Q&As, quizzes, word clouds, and several other interactive activities.
6. Google Forms
Google Forms is a great tool to use to create surveys, polls, and questionnaires. You can’t go wrong with Google Forms. It offers almost all the basic features you need to build your survey and for free. You can add various question types, insert images and multimedia materials, and share your finished surveys as URLs.
Kahoot is another great tools to use to create polls and surveys. It is basically a gamed-baed learning platform where you get to use the learning principles of games int your own educational activities. Kahoots are games and challenges you create using the tools provided by the platform. Your kahoots can embed various types of questions and answers. They can include media materials such as videos and images, and many more.
Quizalize is a gamified quiz and survey making tool that you can use to drive students engagement, increase their participation, and enhance their learning.As students take their quizzes and surveys, teachers gather important insights and analytic data about their performance and track students progress in real time. These reports are especially useful in formative assessment providing teachers with key data to help them plan effective interventions, provide differentiated learning opportunities for students, and inform their lesson planning and teaching strategies.
Lets you create and deliver online polls quickly and easily. Just compose your questions, email or post the link to your poll online, and get results.
10. Digital Clickers
In this collection I featured some of the best digital clickers out there. As you know, digital clickers are interactive learning technologies that provide teachers with an effective way to collect data about their teaching and engage students in learning. Clickers can be used for a various purposes. For instance, teachers can use them to conduct quick formative assessments using short quizzes, polls, exit tickets, surveys and more.
Responses are collected and graded in real-time providing teachers with important analytic insights on students performance and progress. Check out this collection of the best digital clickers to learn more about
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