Do you want help introducing a tech tool to your students?
Aidan, Kris & myself are more than happy to help introduce tech (remote, or IRL) to your class. We can also spend time, or an entire Digital Essentials class period helping your students, or supplementing an existing project in your curriculum!
If it makes sense for one of us to come in more than other (ex: Do you want Kris' database, or Sora expertise? Aidan's website building skills?) We can come into your class even if we don't regularly teach Digital Essentials in that grade.
Just let us know as a team in advance, & we will work out the logistics.
We are also as excited as you are to help in a more significant way with interdisciplinary projects. Let's collaborate!
1 From your Quizizz profile page, Click Create a new quiz
2 Type to Name your quiz
3 Select the relevant subject if applicable, or press "Other" (These are the general classes you selected when you first set up your account, not a specific Class you might have linked from Google Classroom)
4 Click Next
5 Now, select the type of question you want to add. You can add any, or all of these question types to one quiz.
6 Type your Question & multiple answer choices
Note that the "Preview" mode on the right will automatically update with your question & answer text.
8 Select the Checkmark next to the correct answer
9 You can add a Math function, or Image to any of your answers by clicking those corresponding icons. You can either have an image, or text on your answer options, not both.
10 You also have the option add a Math function, Image or Audio to each question.
11 Click SAVE (this just saves the question, not the whole quiz)
12 Click New question to keep adding questions
Fill in the blank option:
You could do a TRUE/FALSE question here, or a vocabulary fill in the blank. Type your question & answer in the provided boxes.
There is also a space to add alternative answers, if this is applicable to your question.
14 Open-ended example: Have your students write a definition (Open-ended means it does not have to match any words exactly)
Adjust the duration menu if you think your students will need more time to answer a specific question.
16 When you have added all of your questions, Click DONE on the upper-righthand corner
Select the Grade level that this quiz is for.
You can also add an image to your quiz on this screen.
Make sure the visibility of your Quiz is set to Public
Tip: Your students will be able to access this Quiz, even if they do not have Quizizz accounts. If you make your quiz Private, then nobody will be able to access your Quiz besides you.
19 Click Save to save your Quiz
1 After you've logged in, click "Classes"
2 Click Connect Google Classroom
3 Sign in with your Berkeley Carroll email address. Click "Allow."
4 Click Import Google Classes
5 Select the classes you wish to import
6 Deselect Require students to enter a guardian's email address (this is just to share Quizizz progress reports with parents)
7 Click Save
8 Click on Classes again, and you will see all of your Imported classes. When you connected your classes, an announcement was automatically sent to each class asking them to join your Class on Quizizz. On this screen, you will see who has accepted the
1 Start on the My quizzes view
2 Click on the Quiz you want to share
3 1. To start a multiplayer Live Quiz, click Play Live
4 Select Classic
5 Click Continue
The Game Code will then pop up.
If you're playing "Live," remotely, or in person, project or display the game code.
7 Once all of your players have joined, click Start to start the game
2. To start a multiplayer asynchronous game, click Assign HW.
For this option, students "compete" against one another, but on their own time (they just have to complete it by a certain day/time that you designate)
9 Select the due date & time for completing this quiz
10 Click Continue
11 Then click Share a link
12 Click Copy link to paste it on any platform, or Click Google Classroom to pull up your classes you want to assign the Quiz to
13 3. To just assign your Quiz as homework (not as a multiplayer game), Click Practice
14 Click Share practice link
15 Click Copy link, or share it directly to Google Classroom
(Under construction! If you have any Quizizz videos you have used in your teaching practice, send them my way!)