Spice Up Remote Learning Formative Assessments with Customized Quizizz Memes!

If awesome features of Quizizz was a topic on Family Feud, I’m pretty confident that the memes would make it up onto the board.

But I’m definitely confident that your students would love it if they were working on a Quizizz set as part of their #RemoteLearning (or whatever you prefer to call it) and were surprised with the sight of their teacher in the memes. Their teacher! The same teacher that they’ve been missing for the last few weeks since they were last at school.  The very same teacher that they’re bummed to not get to see any time in April (and possibly longer). Whether they admit it or not, it’s a little extra touch that your students would really get a kick out of.

So, when Allison Curry suggested it in Episode 39B of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast, I fell in love with the idea. But the best part of this idea is how easy it is to pull this off! Check it out in the #EduGIF below (and the step-by-step instructions under the GIF).

This animated GIF shows the process for adding teacher-created memes in Quizizz.
A Pausable version of this #EduGIF is available at youtube.com/watch?v=DfJTiE4Zyec


Step-by-Step Instructions:

  1. Take at least 2 pictures: 1 positive and 1 negative. More is better, but you have to have at least 1 of each.
  2. Login to your Quizizz account.
  3. Click on Memes on the left.
  4. Click Create New Meme Set.
  5. Give it a name, so that you’ll be able to find it later.
  6. Decide if you’d like your set to be Public or Private. You probably want Private.
  7. Click Create a Correct Meme.
  8. Upload your 1st positive picture.
  9. Add text above and/or below the image as part of the meme.
  10. Give this meme a name.
  11. Repeat the process for any additional “correct” memes.
  12. Click Incorrect Memes.
  13. Repeat the process above for at least 1 “incorrect” meme.
  14. Click Done.
  15. Access your Quizizz set that you plan to assign.
  16. Click Play Live or Assign HW.
  17. At the very bottom of the options, select your meme set!

Screen Shot shows how you select a Meme Set in Quizizz.

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Jake Miller

Jake is the host of the Educational Duct Tape podcast, the #EduGIF Guy, a Tech Integration Coach, speaker, Former STEM, Math & Science Teacher, and a presenter.