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Quizdini’s main aim is to help your students to learn in a fun manner, mostly different than traditional learning. One can register in the following site: https://teach.quizdini.com/register by filling in his/her details and then donating $10.

This tool is ideal for teachers to create fun activities completely customized for their students. There are mainly two options for creating a game. One can either choose the multiple choice game or the matching game. In all activities, students can work either individually or in teams.

The multiple choice game lets you add in explanations by even attaching links or videos. Students can then switch to race mode, and challenge their friends to see who manage to bring the most correct answers. Moreover, the matching game consists of dragging and dropping the matching pairs. By racing the clock, one can make the game more competitive as students will have to make their tiles disappear as quickly as possible.

In the following link, one can further watch a tutorial that will help you in creating your first quiz:


One comment on “Quizdini

  1. thenarnianx
    December 16, 2014

    The more activities there are in a lesson, the better. This looks like an interesting resource which the students would enjoy using. It seems to be very easy to use and therefore would be a good choice when a quiz is required.

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