- Use Interactive Questions
Create tech-enhanced items with highlighting, drag-n-drop, dynamic graphs, image labels & more.
- Customize for Your Class
Change assignments easily to fit the needs of your class: add or edit questions as needed.
- Discover Great Content
Find assignments built by other teachers in our Library; and share your creations with others!
- Free Up Your Time!
Not only in building assignments but also in reviewing student responses. And Edcite is free!
Edcite allows teachers to move beyond multiple choice and short answer assessments. There [are] so many options for creating interactive and technology-enhanced questions.
—Matt Doran, K-12 Social Studies Coordinator, Columbus City Schools, OH
As a Kindergarten teacher, I use Edcite to integrate technology and hands-on learning in my classroom. The ready-to-use assignments, beautiful graphics, and fun-filled activities are a positive addition to my Kindergarten classroom.
—Josie Fixler, West Palm Beach, FL
I find Edcite to be very user-friendly. Schools want to prepare students for the SBAC assessments and the Common Core curriculum. Edcite makes this easy! Now my students practice answering SBAC-style questions often, and I can gather data to drive my instruction.
—Nicole Bixler, Mt. Gleason Middle School, Los Angeles
Though the PARCC tests were still hard, my students felt confident with the question types and technical skills. This wouldn't have been possible without Edcite.
—Matt Zimmer, Teacher, Illinois
As an instructional technology specialist, I use Edcite to build assignments and send these to multiple schools and teachers in my district. Edcite's question types have prepared our students for what they will see on the PARCC assessments.
—Dee Thomas, Instructional Coach, Bentonville HS, AR
Edcite is a wonderful tool to use with students on a daily basis. The ease of the site is great for students and the immediate feedback is a positive aspect. And, this site provides Common Core Standards is a great tool for busy teachers. I love it!!
—Kathy Cary, ELA, Marshfield Junior High, MO