How I Use It
I used it in a way similar to playing games of Kahoot. I created some of my own games and also searched through some of the public quizzes as well, to add to our resources. The first time my students played it, they were so thrilled and entertained, and really liked the setup and feedback. I used it at the end of last school year to review verb conjugations and other vocabulary in Spanish, but I also used it for graduate course presentations and also for conferences to introduce this tool to others in the education field.
It worked well, I varied the choices with timers and assigned several homework quizizz. The students really liked this as a homework option. Also have students create their own to get extra practice.
I think it is another great tool for engaging students and integrating technology in a quick, easy way. You can create any type of Quizizz to use with your content, add images and more, and it is very user friendly. It is another tool that is not content specific so it is adaptable to any area. I used it with my language courses, my own graduate course work and for conferences. My students have shared it with the community and it can be used in so many different ways to meet various needs.
It is fun to use as a whole class, but also good to assign for homework and use the data to track student progress. Students also like being a bit competitive but also enjoy going at their own pace. The style of it makes it very engaging and enables teachers and students to have another resource available to meet diverse needs and have fun and learn in the process.