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Socrative brings smart clickers, student response and ease of use to a whole new level. Be engaged for the entire class with educational exercises and games. See all your classmates’ ideas in real time and interact with the responses. Provide your instructor feedback on the lessons and how well you understand the material. Ask your own poll questions for the entire class or build a premade activity for your whole class. Have Fun!

–WORKS ON ANY DEVICE WITH A WEB BROWSER: Tablets, Smartphones & laptops (expect some types of blackberries)

✔ Short Answer Questions
✔ Space Race
✔ Exit Tickets
✔ Quick Quiz
✔ Multiple Choice

“I wish we could use Socrative apps in all my classes.” – Boston High School Junior

“Wait, you mean Space Races are Quizzes. I guess I love Quizzes!” – 10th grade student

“Once I saw the poll results that the rest of the class didn’t understand the material, I felt more comfortable asking questions.” – MIT Graduate Student

“Easiest and most user friendly site I have used, and it gives me so much feedback in an instant! The kids are very motivated. I am such a believer.” – 6th grade Math and ELA Teacher

“It was a blast. Socrative immediately engaged all the students in the class.” – Univ. Michigan Professor

“It saves me 80 minutes per week in grading.” – Boston High School Math Teacher

We’re a team of educators, entrepreneurs, and engineers passionate about improving education. We know you are too, and thank you for joining us. We believe in super simple tech tools to enhance classroom engagement, interaction, learning, and fun.


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  1. Beth Alsen - Mesa Community College says:

    Believe it or not, I chose this for the ticket out. Before teaching at MCC, I taught monolinguals from all over the world and used “paper” ticket outs to identify their prior knowledge about the upcoming concepts. I continued to use this in my college classes as well. However, now, I don’t remember to bring my tickets to class. I can just have the students submit it electronically to me via Socrative.

    Student Response:
    I have to admit it works best when I tag participation points to encourage them to submit. Or, if I have a few minutes at the end then, I let them submit before leaving.

    This is a great way for me to get a general assessment of my students and what they know about an upcoming concept. And, sometimes, it even reveals misconceptions that I can easily address and tailor my lesson to address them.

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