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Questions Bank for K-12 Teachers

The new web-based application allows educators to develop quality assessments aligned to state standards for use with Turning’s various student response applications including TurningPoint and TurningPoint AnyWhere.  
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Turning Technologies LLC announced today the new release of QuestionPoint, Turning’s K-12 item bank of standards-based questions. The new web-based application allows educators to develop quality assessments aligned to state standards for use with Turning’s various student response applications including TurningPoint and TurningPoint AnyWhere.

QuestionPoint 2.0, integrated within TurningTalk, Turning’s recently launched social learning community, allows educators to browse questions by state, grade, subject, and standard. Selected assessment items are automatically combined and downloaded as either a PDF or an importable file into Turning’s interactive student polling applications.

For more information, visit www.turningtechnologies.com

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