Engaging Students with Study.com's Quiz Party

Instructor: Raya Maggay
Here you will learn how to engage your students with Study.com's Quiz Party. It is a fun game that helps your students test and retain their knowledge!

Video Transcript

How to Use Study.com's Quiz Party

In this video, we'll show you how to use Study.com's Quiz Party to play a fun quiz game with your students. This game can be used to boost student engagement, provide quick checks for understanding, and stimulate enthusiastic learning.

Instructions for Study.com's Quiz Party

Let's dive in. First, navigate to a lesson you'd like to quiz your students on.

Your students don't need to have an account or be logged in, but you will need to project your teacher screen so that students can join the game and see questions.

Students will also need their own devices to join the game and respond.

  • Once you're on a lesson page, look for Quiz Party under the 'Teacher Tools' sidebar.
  • Click 'learn more' under 'Quiz Party'

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  • Click 'Open Game'
  • Click 'New Game' to start the game
  • Students can join the game by visiting https://study.com/play and entering the game code.

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  • When all players have entered, you'll click 'Continue' to start the game

Your projected screen will display the question and answer choices, and students' screens will display answer choices for them to click or tap on to respond to the question.

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A leaderboard will show after each question, as well as a final leaderboard at the end of the quiz to show the student with the most points

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That's it for Quiz Party! Thank you for watching this video demonstration, and happy playing!

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