America’s classroom has become a hotbed of technology. From netbook and iPad pilot programs to online classrooms, the web is changing the way teacher’s communicate with their students.
This means you’ve got to embrace the tech wave and discover new ways to get students using the internet as early as possible.
One of the best ways to do that is through online quizzes. You get to assess student learning and subject comprehension. Your students get to know their score faster than you could grade papers in a weekend and discover new material in the process. It’s a win-win.
So how do you make an online quiz that’s not going to put your students to sleep? Here are 25 ideas to get you started, no matter what subject you teach:
1. Character Quotes
2. Fill-in-the-Blank Grammar
3. True/False Chapter Recap
4. Adjective or Adverb
5. Types of Sentences
6. Melting Points of Different Solutions
7. Fun Facts About Elements
8. Characteristics of Rock Types
9. Different Brain Functions
10. Planet Characteristics
11. Quotes from Historic Leaders
12. Compare Time Periods
13. True False About Specific Events
14. Local Events and History
15. Comparing Two Wars
16. Compare Two Countries
17. Fun Facts About Rivers
18. Countries on Certain Continents
19. Prime Numbers
20. Two Numbers – Different Equations
22. Famous Quotes from Entrepreneurs
23. Company Names – True or False?
24. Characteristics of Company Formations
25. Did this Really Happen? True/False in Business
Online quizzes are an effective way to get your students engaged in any subject. What class do you teach? Have you used quizzes in your classroom?