Open “Book” Google Classroom Quiz

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Google classroom is great for classroom management and engaging students. Some of the power comes from being able to attach different types of documents or links to each assignment type. A successful strategy that I have employed in the past has students using materials to both study and complete a take home quiz.

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Open "Book" Google Classroom Quiz
Google classroom is great for a lot of classroom management and engaging students. Some of the power comes from being able to attach different types of documents or links to each assignment type. A successful strategy that I have employed in the past has students using materials to both study and complete a take home quiz.
 


1. Visit www.testmoz.com

TestMoz is free resource for creating computer based assessments. Each assessment you make can have students provide their names, or a password to sign on. Standard item analysis is available as assessments are created. Best of all, it is light weight and no accounts to create.



2. Start creating your TestMoz test.

Choose an assessment name and admin password. You will use this along with a unique URL to publish and view your test from the administrator account.



3. Add Questions

From the main menu, choose "Questions" and "Add a Question"



4. Publish

Once you have added all of your questions, choose the "Publish" option from the menu. Make sure you have everything set before doing this. Once you publish the assessment, you will be given a URL.

Save the URL, you will use this with your admin password to access the reports later. You will also use this URL to post it t


5. Post to Google Classroom

Once you have the URL and any other resources you may want to share with students, post them as an assignment in Google Classroom. Set the due date, and await the results!