So, students logged into Quizizz using a 6 digit code (again a lot like Kahoot), but after that it didn't matter if they sat in the hallway or sat in the classroom, they could work as they pleased. I will say the kids got a little loud because they were having fun, but I expected that. I have a classroom set of headphones so that helped keep the music from the game at bay.
Once the Quizizz is complete, it is nicely made into a beautiful spreadsheet where you can see each individual student, what they answered for each question, the percentage correct they had, and their answers are even highlighted in green for correct and red for incorrect. This was immensely helpful to me as I started to set rhythm goals for them this quarter. I was able to look at exactly where most students struggled, exactly what area students did well in. Most of my students needed to work on the number of beats each rhythm gets, some students had to work on a little identification. I used the info to set goals with each student (took 2 class times for each class) and even set kids up with students who were "experts" in a certain area so that my "experts" could continue reviewing what they knew without realizing it, other students could get one on one help from peers, and the "experts" could then move on to a more challenging goal themselves. I am so excited to see how this goes over with my students! They will be re-evaluating their progress at the end of Quarter 1/mid Quarter 2 and self-assessing (with my guidance) whether or not they met their goal.
Below is a video showing you how I used Quizizz in my class. I also have a video on how to create a Quizizz if you click here