Resource Introduction: Socrative

Want to manage digital assessments? Try Socrative!


What is it?

Socrative is a free online tool designed specifically for classroom assessments. Unlike Google Forms, which was originally designed as a general tool, Socrative was designed specifically for classroom assessments. It offers a wide range of assessment functions, including question customization, automated grading, live views, grade reports, and more. It works on any devices, so students could even complete assessments on smartphones.

How can I use it?

Use Socrative to create and administer tests, quizzes, or other types of formative assessment. You can use it for large, summative assessments or small, formative ones. You can also use it to connect to other educators to share content.

Who’s using it?

Check out these teachers that know and use Socrative in your school. Ask them for help!

At Arbor Hills, Aaron Joplin, Tony Cutway, Angie Robinson

At Timberstone, Carol Bohland, Korinne Turnbell, Lauren Clark

At Southview, Katy Creecy

At Northview, Kathryn Nelson, John Word

Are you or someone you know using this? Notify us, and we’ll post your or their name here as a building expert! Email to aclarkson@sylvaniaschools.org.


Look at how easy it is to generate a quick question in the 30-second video below. Then, go to Socrative’s YouTube channel (linked below) for more helpful videos on similar functions!


Resource Links

Socrative Website

Socrative YouTube Channel

Socrative Web Store Download

Socrative Garden: Growing 21st Century Skills An exploration of question types and pedagogical approaches

Learning Inspired “10 Ways of Using Socrative”

Crazy Teaching “Using Socrative for Formative Assessment”

Sylvania Digital Learning’s eGames Guide

Author: Alexander Clarkson

After ten years of teaching English language arts at Southview High School and three years at McCord Junior High School, Alex is the first digital instruction specialist for Sylvania Schools. He moves from building to building helping teachers reach and engage their students through digital learning.

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