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Rubik's cube is more than a puzzle- it's a question waiting to be answered. And when the right person finds the right question, it can set them on a journey to change the world. We salute Ernő Rubik and everyone helping young minds find the questions that challenge, excite, and let them see the world in a new way.

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Find and share ideas for checking in with students during a project, class, or semester to assess their learning and see if content or instruction needs adjusting.

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Recap gives teachers a way to create basic or scaffolded questions for students to respond to in short video clips that make reviewing them quick and painless.

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Add interactive questions, video branching, and rich media into the video's timeline to actively engage on mobile or web devices.

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Quizizz works on any device with a browser. It also has an awesome iOS app and Chrome app.

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Quizlet has been a popular review and practice tool for a long time, but the additional of quizlet live has helped me use quizlet live to start a unit. I love the fact that it gets students talking. It is also a great way to get students in random groups for the follow up activity. 

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Check out Kahoot Jumbles
"'Jumble' captures the simple and fun spirit of the classic Kahoot! quiz, but offers a new experience that encourages even more focus from players. Jumble questions challenge players to place answers in the correct order rather than selecting a single correct answer."

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As of June 2016, Google offers a great feature in Forms called "quizzes". With this feature, any Google Form can be turned into a self-grading quiz with scores shared easy with students. You may be wondering when to use this new few feature, and when to use Flubaroo. Each offers distinct advantages.
http://www.flubaroo.com/hc/quizzes-in-google-forms 
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We put this together to demonstrate branching in Google Forms. This is what some people call and "Impossible to Fail Quiz". If a learner answers a question incorrectly they are directed to a video or site to learn more about the concept. They then have a chance to answer the question again before moving on to the next question.
https://goo.gl/forms/oXHtOk89gDoOdUxT2
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