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3 New Features from Zzish Quiz Tool: Class Management, Archive, and Gradebook

September 23, 2016

Earlier this year I shared Zzish and I’m so excited to see they have three new updates to their quizzing tool. With Zzish teachers can turns assessments into classroom quizzes for their students. They’ve introduced 3 totally new features to their online quiz tool that you’ll want to check out!

Class Management, Archive, and Gradebook

Class Management: New editable class lists in Zzish are in a straightforward format. Individual students can be dragged and dropped to be merged into a new class. This also lets teachers manage a variety of classes in a scrollable view.

Archive Classes: This small but handy feature allows you to archive and unarchive classes from the previous year. Teachers can select the folder icon below the class name to decide whether or not to archive (or unarchive) each one.

Gradebook: The gradebook lets teachers track their student’s activities to see what activities were assigned and what they have completed. This certainly gives teachers the power to track their student’s individual progress and the status of the activities they’ve have assigned. 

Check out the video above to see Zzish in action or visit their website to learn more!

Looking for more resources form Zzish? You can check out this post: Quizalize Automates Differentiated Learning through Real-Time Formative Assessment

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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