Quizizz is a fun, student-centered study tool. It is used to engage students in review and assessment at school or at home. And best of all, it’s free.
Teachers everywhere are finding new and exciting ways to use Quizizz with their students. Deepak Cheenath, Quizizz co-founder, shared some suggestions including an innovative idea from Joe Marquez that incorporates app smashing and gets students in on the action!
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Quizizz is a fun, student-centered study tool. Many teachers use it to help students review material they’ve studied. But other teachers are innovating and using Quizizz in very clever ways. Deepak Cheenath, co-founder of Quizizz, shares some ideas.
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Did you ever spend time catching fireflies (or “lightning bugs”) as a child? Author Troy Cockrum believes that learning should be more like that, where we capture our students’ interests. He talks about the ideas he shares in his recent book.
Are traditional exams — especially standard multiple-choice ones — serving our students? Can we do better? Stephanie DeMichele, an instructional coach from Ohio, and I presented on this concept at a conference recently and share some ideas from it.
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