Kahoot quizzes for revision and assessment
Kahoot is a ridiculously popular tool with students. It is a games based quiz tool which is similar but different to Socrative where students get points when they get an answer correct and also points based on their speed in responding. As a teacher you get great visuals once students have completed each question to help unpack misconceptions during the quiz with students.
There is a vast and growing public gallery of Kahoot quizzes, which you can copy and adapt and then share with your students and colleagues. The tool is currently free, but students need to be in your classroom to participate and access the code.
A slightly hidden feature is the ability to download the full lists of responses in spreadsheet once students have completed. This provides you with a full breakdown by questions and by student and even tells you how long it took the student to answer. More information than you will ever need by great for guiding and informing your classroom practice.
Teacher sign in with Google - https://getkahoot.com/
Students visit https://kahoot.com/ on any device and then enter the on screen code to begin