Edulastic is a handy web tool for creating assessments that have a wide variety of technology enhanced question types, including passage-based questions and multi-part questions. Edulastic has standards integration and an excellent math editor.  Edulastic is particularly good for summative assessments
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Edulastic Intro Video

Screenshot of a Sample Edulastic Assessment


Just the Facts

Embeddable: No

Student Login Required: Yes

Share Options: Through Edulastic or Google Classroom

Google Classroom Integration: Yes

Cost: Free for teachers and students. Pricing for schools and districts.

Question Types: 30 question types.

Standards Available: Yes

Feedback Options: Yes

Ease of Use: Somewhat Difficult

Support Resources: Helpful in-item videos, in-tool live-support feature, dedicated training hub off of main site.

User Community/Library: Yes, crowdsourced user library, searchable by standard, grade, subject, etc.

Why I Like It

1. Amazing array of tech-enhanced items.
2. Useful Math Editor.
3. Ability to build passage-based questions.
4. Ability to create 2-part questions.
5. Ability to insert multimedia via embed.
6. Great real-time student monitoring.
7. Nice student feedback component.
8. Integrates with Google Classroom.
9. Requires standards tagging.
10. Nice standards-based reporting features at student and class levels.

Why I Would Use It

1. Summative assessments.
2. Quick formative assessments.
3. For ELA and Math, especially.
4. Anytime I need a passage-based assessment.
5. Anytime I need a multi-part question.
6. If I am looking to track standards mastery over time.

Resources to Get You Started

Edulastic Training Hub Common Sense Review Edulastic YouTube Channel