How to make the most of Oak's quizzes to maximise teaching and learning time.
Sharing quiz scores
To help assess pupils progress, your class can share quiz results with you once they have completed a lesson. This means you can track pupils’ progress even if they’re completing it independently.
How to share quiz scores
- Pupils complete a quiz before or after a lesson in our Pupil area.
- The quiz is automatically marked and pupils are shown a final score
- The pupils can then share the score directly to Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams, or copy a unique link to email you or upload to your school’s VLE
- Teachers are able to see a breakdown of the pupil's answers by question, as well as the final score.
Using the quizzes is a good starting point to show how pupils are progressing and to identify areas where they may need further support.
Our new lesson planning and teaching resources cannot be shared yet but this feature is coming very soon.
To help recognise our new resources, look out for the label 'New' and for slide decks, worksheets and quizzes that match the colours and logo on our new website. We've improved the design of our resources to be fresher, easier to find and use and to be more accessible.
We know that teachers face the challenge of including those pupils that don't have reliable access to internet. As one of our most popular features so every one of our thousands of quizzes are super easy to take offline with the option to download them. Teachers and/or parents can then print these for pupils where needed.
Did you know we are updating and improving our resources?
We have started to release new resources for English, maths, history, and science from key stages 1, 2, 3 & 4, and primary geography and secondary music plus you can now explore our new interactive curriculum plans to make it even easier to plan your lessons this year.
Look out for the label 'New' and for slide decks, worksheets and quizzes that match the colours and logo on our new website. We've improved the design of our resources to be fresher, easier to find and use and to be more accessible.
Get updated when we release even more new teaching resources.