Quizizz

Tool Name
Quizizz

Tool Description

Quizizz is a fun formative quiz web based tool that allows the entire class to practice together. It’s completely free http://quizizz.com
Works on all devices with a browser and has iOS, android and Chrome apps. Chrome extensions can be added but are redirects to the website.

Tool URL
https://quizizz.com/
Privacy Policy
https://quizizz.com/privacy
Terms of Use
https://quizizz.com/tos
Specific data collected
Other
no student data
Use of collected information
Yes: The collection of information is limited to that which is needed for the identified purpose. The host site does not collect any extra information for other possible uses.

Student data source
Teacher

Advertising
NO: There is not third party advertising listed in the websites terms of service

Auditing
YES: There is a way to track (audit) student use of this tool.

Privacy and Security
YES: The privacy policy has been checked to ensure that privacy and security requirements are met by the tool.

Review committee information

Tool status = Accepted with Conditions, Teacher Accounts ONLY

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Children
For all students, including children under 13, Quizizz offers a limited feature set and web site experience. We do not require students to submit their name or contact information. The only information we collect from students is a temporary nickname. The website also does not allow any type of direct communication to or between the student participants.

Teachers create an account through rvschools and create their own quizzes using the tools provided or use the ones created by other teachers. Teachers can choose to keep their own quizzes private or share them publicly (should keep them private) Quizizzs can be live or set as Homework task.
Students access the teacher’s quizzes with a code and create a nickname. Codes can be shared through google classroom. Students do not need to create accounts and should not.

iOS app is free and works well –students should be cautioned not to share

 

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code.org

Tool Name
code.org

Tool Description

Code.org® is a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Our vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra. Code.org organizes the annual Hour of Code campaign which has engaged 10% of all students in the world and provides the leading curriculum for K-12 computer science in the largest school districts in the United States. Code.org is supported by generous donors including Microsoft, Facebook, the Infosys Foundation, Google, Omidyar Network, and many more.

Tool URL
www.code.org
Privacy Policy
https://code.org/privacy
Terms of Use
https://code.org/tos
Specific data collected
First Name, Gender, Other
Age but not birthdate
Use of collected information
Yes: The collection of information is limited to that which is needed for the identified purpose. The host site does not collect any extra information for other possible uses.

Student data source
Teacher

Advertising
NO: There is not third party advertising listed in the websites terms of service

Auditing
YES: There is a way to track (audit) student use of this tool.

Privacy and Security
YES: The privacy policy has been checked to ensure that privacy and security requirements are met by the tool.

Review committee information

Tool status = Accepted with Conditions

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Children Under Age 13

We take steps to minimize the collection of personal data from Users under the age of 13 as explained in the Code.org privacy policy. Users under the age of 13 will be able to use our App Lab, Game Lab, and Web Lab tools in the classroom with their teacher’s approval. Users under the age of 13 will not be permitted to use these tools for outside the classroom use. Users under 13 can try most tutorials and courses without creating an account, but their learning progress won’t be saved. Users under the age of 13 are required to to get the approval of a parent or legal guardian before creating an account on Code.org. Code.org allows certain representatives of school districts and schools, such as teachers, administrators, counselors, and other educators (an “Educator”) to connect with their students through the Services in order to provide tutorial, educational and similar services. If you are an Educator, you may register accounts on the Services for one or more of your students.

If you are an Educator and you register an account for a student who is under the age of 13 (a “Child”), you represent and warrant that you or the educational organization you work for has proper permission to register the Child for Code.org, and that you have obtained the necessary parental consent for Code.org’s collection of the Child’s personal information for the use and benefit of the school and for no other commercial purpose. In addition, you agree to be bound by these Terms on behalf of the educational organization you work for.

Be sure to get forms AF 180C and D signed and filed

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Book Creator (iPad and Chrome App)

Tool Name
Book Creator (iPad and Chrome App)

Tool Description

Allows students to create their own ebooks or comics to showcase learning or sharing. Allows for differentiation by using voice recording, typing, and use of images or photos. The teacher will first create an account using their Google email. When students log in with their Google email, they will then connect to their teacher’s library using a code given by the teacher. Students have more limited abilities, and are unable to publish books to online.A teacher account provides 40 free books, additional books can be purchased.

Tool URL

Book Creator – the simple way to create beautiful ebooks

Privacy Policy

Privacy policy

Terms of Use

Terms of service

Specific data collected
First Name, Last Name, Email address, Other
School, password, information that students choose to upload into their books
Use of collected information
Yes: The collection of information is limited to that which is needed for the identified purpose. The host site does not collect any extra information for other possible uses.

Student data source
Student

Advertising
NO: There is not third party advertising listed in the websites terms of service

Auditing
YES: There is a way to track (audit) student use of this tool.

Privacy and Security
YES: The privacy policy has been checked to ensure that privacy and security requirements are met by the tool.

Review committee information

Tool status = Accepted with Conditions

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The teacher will first create an account using their Google email. When students log in with their Google email, they will then connect to their teacher’s library using a code given by the teacher. Students have more limited abilities, and are unable to publish books to online.A teacher account provides 40 free books, additional books can be purchased. Don’t forget form AF 180-D

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Currents4kids

Tool Name
Currents4kids

Tool Description

Current events – interactive – bilingual

Tool URL
https://www.currents4kids.com/
Privacy Policy
https://www.currents4kids.com/privacy
Terms of Use
https://www.currents4kids.com/faq
Specific data collected
Other
teacher generated pw…usually would use student first name and last initial, but could simply assign a number
Use of collected information
Yes: The collection of information is limited to that which is needed for the identified purpose. The host site does not collect any extra information for other possible uses.

Student data source
Teacher

Advertising
NO: There is not third party advertising listed in the websites terms of service

Auditing
NO: There is not a way to track (audit) student use of this tool.

Privacy and Security
YES: The privacy policy has been checked to ensure that privacy and security requirements are met by the tool.

Review committee information

Tool status = Accepted

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Civic Mirror

Tool Name
Civic Mirror

Tool Description

A web-based simulation that turns classrooms into countries, and students into citizens. A web-based engine handles a simulated country scenario for students, and allows them to trade and communicate with one another.

Tool URL

Home

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Terms of Use
http://civicmirror.com/edu_terms.php
Specific data collected
First Name

Use of collected information
Yes: The collection of information is limited to that which is needed for the identified purpose. The host site does not collect any extra information for other possible uses.

Student data source
Teacher

Advertising
NO: There is not third party advertising listed in the websites terms of service

Auditing
YES: There is a way to track (audit) student use of this tool.

Privacy and Security
YES: The privacy policy has been checked to ensure that privacy and security requirements are met by the tool.

Review committee information

Tool status = Uncategorized

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TinkerCAD

Tool Name
TinkerCAD

Tool Description

A web based tool that is used to create designs for 3D printing.

Tool URL
https://www.tinkercad.com/
Privacy Policy
https://www.autodesk.com/company/legal-notices-trademarks/privacy-statement
Terms of Use
https://www.autodesk.com/company/legal-notices-trademarks/terms-of-service-autodesk360-web-services/terms-of-service-for-tinkercad
Specific data collected
First Name, Last Name, Email address, Birthdate

Use of collected information
Yes: The collection of information is limited to that which is needed for the identified purpose. The host site does not collect any extra information for other possible uses.

Student data source
Student

Advertising
NO: There is not third party advertising listed in the websites terms of service

Auditing
NO: There is not a way to track (audit) student use of this tool.

Privacy and Security
YES: The privacy policy has been checked to ensure that privacy and security requirements are met by the tool.

Review committee information

Tool status = Accepted

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Accepted with parental approval —

A. Inform Parents
Teachers need to send home the FP-014 (Updated to AF 180-D ) form to get signed by parents prior to asking students to create accounts.

B. Create Accounts
After the teacher has parental approval on form Fp-014 (Updated to AF 180-D ) and parents are aware of the account request that their child will be submitting, the teacher can ask students to create accounts. If the students are under 13 they will also need to be moderated by the teacher using the following course code solution.

link — https://support.tinkercad.com/hc/en-us/articles/226566228-I-m-a-teacher-how-do-I-get-my-students-signed-up-and-approved-

C. Create Code
Teachers: you can now create a code to invite and immediately approve your students under the age of 13. You will then moderate your students’ accounts, and can manage their designs, comments, and passwords.

1. In your Tinkercad account, click Teach at the top menu, and select your classroom role.

2. Create an approval code, good for a week, which you can write on the board or email your students.

3. Ask your students to create Tinkercad accounts.

Students age 13 and over:

enter country, birthdate, email address, and password to create an account
start Tinkering immediately! No moderator required.

Students age 12 and under:

enter country, birthdate, username, password, and parent OR TEACHER email address to create an account.
if they enter a parent’s email, the parent will receive an approval email, and can follow instructions to be added as an additional moderator. Note that if the child uses a Teacher approval code they’ll be fully approved under teacher moderation immediately upon code entry, and the parent’s actions are extra.
If they enter your email, disregard the approval email you receive, as the Teacher code approval process works outside of the standard parent approval. They’ll be fully approved under teacher moderation immediately upon code entry.
exit Lesson to reach the Tinkercad profile page
enter Teacher approval code in the box
start Tinkering immediately after code entry!
4. Moderate your students age 12 and under: click on your user icon in the top-right corner of the page, and select the “Moderate Kids” option from the drop-down menu. You can manage their designs and account settings, and reset lost passwords.

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