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This was a great tool but, due to funding issues, they no longer support it.
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Great Assessment Tool that Fits the Needs for a Wide Variety of Learners

Infuse Learning is a great teaching tool that has a variety of question types to assess a wide variety of learners. The ability to have the text read aloud to students is what makes Infuse different from other assessment tools out there. I have run into issues with getting the students connected to the classroom and staying connected. However, I have contacted Infuse about this and they responded promptly to my concerns. In the future, I would love to see a way for students to access Infuse Learning quizzes without having the teacher signed into their computer, so students could work on these at home. I would also like to see the ability to save progress in an assessment and finish it later, this would require students to have their own login information though. Finally, it would be nice if teachers could share assessments they have created with other teachers so they could use them with their class. Overall, Infuse Learning is a wonderful assessment tool that I have recommended to many of my colleagues.
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Great formative assessment tool!

InfuseLearning is a great tool to use with students and teachers. The speech feature allows questions and responses to be read to students. Images can be inserted to stimulate thinking. It is self-paced and immediate feedback comes to the instructor as to what questions are being answered correctly, how much time is being taken to answer questions, etc. The Quick Assessment feature allows for exit ticket responses or simple check for understanding as a class progresses through content.
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InfuseLearning brings together polling, images, annotation, and more in a fun free web app.

Much like other student response system apps in its interface and functionality, InfuseLearning can also provide an online space for media-rich polls, questions, and quizzes, because it allows you to embed images into question stems. Some of the features of InfuseLearning that set it apart from its peer apps are: • Teacher can share a URL with students devices so they can all get to a webpage efficiently • Quiz results are archived for later viewing or downloading • Translation into other languages • Audio reading of questions • Drawing as a question type To quickly determine how students are understanding a concept, such as drawing a diagram to represent the motion of a moving object, or labeling the different pieces of lab equipment in a chemistry experimental technique, InfuseLearning is my top choice. The fact that It is completely free (at least for now) makes it a very appealing choice for student response systems. It is lacking in the fact that it only allows for quizzes (pre-made) or on-the-spot polling/questioning. It could be better if it allowed you to make some questions ahead of time and select them in the on-the-spot use of the app.
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Highly engaging and interactive tool!

This tool goes as far as you can. Start students with multiple choice responses, then dig deeper with open-ended questions. Have them draw their work to see how EVERY child thinks, rather than just the go-getters. This tools has endless applications. It will also read to students as well as translate into other languages. Individualization for every kid!
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Infuse Learning is the most creative, visual tool for assessing student learning!

InfuseLearning is great for empowering teachers with a quick and easy way to assess the learning of all kinds of students. For quick surveys, teachers can use the Quick Assessments to ask a variety of question types: open-ended, numeric, draw, and even likert scale. Student responses show up on a teacher dashboard where he or she can choose to display results for discussion or keep them private. Teachers can save and share the assessments and quiz results. As an added bonus for ELLs and other special needs, students can choose the language they understand and/or have the questions recited when they click on the icon. If your campus is 1-to-1 or you are in a Bring Your Own Device learning environment, this is the perfect tool for you!
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Easy to use tool for quick formative assessments.

Infuse learning allows your kids to take quick assessments via a device connected to the internet. Our district moved to a 1:1, which means all of our kids have a Chromebook that is connected to the internet. You are able to create a true/false, multiple choice, short answer, even free draw question and have your students respond instantly. Results are immediately viewable.
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Students beg for this formative assessment tool

Infuse Learning does not have an app, but they have a mobile website that works on all devices that can connect to the Internet. The website has layers of options. On top of the multiple choice questions and short answers that other student response systems offer, they also have draw response, true/false*, sort & order*, numeric, and Likert scale*. The starred* options offer sub choices. For example, true/falso questions can also include IDK. That way responses are not skewed for lucky guesses. The Likert scale offers the option for a confidence poll, which I like to use after new material is presented. The coolest option by far is drawing, which is perfect for on the fly formative assessment. It is easiest with a touch screen device, but can be done with less artist flare using a netbook touchpad. I scored the engagement high because of the draw feature. They literally begged to use and loved looking at each others as a quickly scrolled through the images. When we used Infuse Learning last year, there was some frustration with the delays on the website. At one point everyone was kicked off and had to log back in to the room. The positives far outweighed the negatives.
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