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45 Powerful Tools To Create Polls And Quizzes In The Classroom

A Quiz Design that Motivates Students


Problem Attic is a free service that allows you to quickly create practice tests and flashcards for social studies, language arts, mathematics, and science. Problem Attic now includes questions from past standardized tests of seventeen U.S. states. Problem Attic makes it easy to create practice assessments and flashcards. To create your practice tests on Problem Attic you simply create a new document then browse through questions and pin them to your document. After you have pinned all of the questions that you want in your document you can arrange the order in which they appear in your document. Finally, before printing your document you choose and set the page formatting.

Problem Attic is a free service that allows you to quickly create practice tests and flashcards for social studies, language arts, mathematics, and science. Problem Attic now includes questions from past standardized tests of seventeen U.S. states.

Problem Attic makes it easy to create practice assessments and flashcards. To create your practice tests on Problem Attic you simply create a new document then browse through questions and pin them to your document. After you have pinned all of the questions that you want in your document you can arrange the order in which they appear in your document. Finally, before printing your document you choose and set the page formatting.

Teaching with Technology to Multiple Intelligences

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Most of us are familiar with Howard Gardner’s work in multiple intelligences, and many of us already incorporate his theories into our classrooms on a regular basis. (If you’re less familiar with MI, check out this website, which gives a helpful overview of the theory. You can also learn more about multiple intelligences with this compilation of resources.)

The basic idea is this: We all learn in our own unique ways. Intelligence, according to Gardner, is “the ability to solve problems, or to create products, that are valued.” Gardner and his fellow philosophers in the field argue that there are nine foundational intelligences (and the list may continue to grow):

  • Verbal-Linguistic
  • Mathematical-Logical
  • Musical
  • Visual-Spatial
  • Bodily-Kinesthetic
  • Interpersonal
  • Intrapersonal
  • Naturalist
  • Existentialist

We can use our students’ multiple ways of learning to enrich the experience—and

effectiveness—of classroom learning. When we combine educational technology with MI theory, we can offer our students a whole new way of teaching.

Check out the following resources for how to use technology to enrich MI learning in your classroom:

What kind of learner are you? How does your own learning style influence your teaching practice? What tips, ideas, or resources do you have for using educational technology to teach to multiple intelligences?


"To begin with, a definition of pole arm should be set. A pole arm is,  in simplest terms, a weapon on the end of a stick. Pole arms are  infantry weapons. The additional reach the pole gives affords the  wielder of the weapon the advantage of striking the enemy before he  himself can be struck, or holding the enemy at a distance.”  —Unearthed Arcana

Oh, the chance to use my carefully-honed nerd-knowledge. Take this D&D pole arm quiz - how did you do?

"To begin with, a definition of pole arm should be set. A pole arm is, in simplest terms, a weapon on the end of a stick. Pole arms are infantry weapons. The additional reach the pole gives affords the wielder of the weapon the advantage of striking the enemy before he himself can be struck, or holding the enemy at a distance.”
—Unearthed Arcana

Oh, the chance to use my carefully-honed nerd-knowledge. Take this D&D pole arm quiz - how did you do?