How to create nearpod quiz

How do I create a multiple choice quiz in Nearpod?

Teach with a multiplechoice Quiz.

Add a Quiz into your lesson

  1. While editing your lesson, select Add Slide.
  2. Choose Quiz from the Activities tab.
  3. Type your question, and add up to 8 possible answer choices.
  4. Add additional questions (max 25) to complete your quiz.
  5. If you’d like, you can add a timer to your quiz.

How do I create a Nearpod activity?

How do I add questions to Nearpod?

Click on Add and select the type of feature you would like to add: A. When adding a Q&A, Quiz, or Poll, type your question into the question box, and then add all of the answer options. Indicate the correct answer by clicking on the check mark to the right of the answer.

How do I share my Nearpod quiz with students?

How do my students access Nearpod? With Nearpod, students do not need accounts to access! When you start a lesson, you’ll launch a five-letter code. Share this code with students, or share the lesson through your LMS (like Canvas or Schoology), Google Classroom, or Microsoft Teams (here’s how).

Can students use Nearpod at home?

Teachers can use this feature to simplify differentiation, facilitate choice, or send Nearpod presentations home as homework or newsletters. Take a look at how to maximize student-paced lessons and bring these ideas to your classroom!

How do I type in Nearpod?

On any static slide that is available for Live Teacher Annotation, you’ll see a pencil on the bottom right-hand side. Click on this to open the ability to annotate. 3. Once you’ve turned on this feature, a yellow box will appear around the slide.

Is Nearpod free?

Nearpod Silver Edition is entirely free and most of our users are very happy with it. As you may know, we also offer our Gold and School Editions, which are NOT free and offer many more features for both teachers and administrators. That’s how we make money and can survive as a business. Simple as that.

Can Nearpod students annotate?

3. With a snap of your iPad camera or quick upload to a slide deck, you can add reading passages to Nearpod for students to explore. This is great for close reading activities where you ask students to underline or annotate a passage straight from their device.

How do I get started with Nearpod?