Instead of our 100 day countdown to exam questions, this year we have a series of brand new, mixed-topic revision quizzes. These will consist of 20 Quiz A's (original questions) and 20 Quiz B's (clones of quiz A's). 

There are a couple of different ways you may want to make use of these, please see the options below: 

1) Use the questions in the classroom
You can choose the quiz you wish to focus on via the Collections page in Diagnostic Questions. 

You can project the question on the board and students can vote with their finger, via mini whiteboards or even ABCD cards.

This will open the topic for conversation and you will start to understand areas of misconception. 

You can choose whether to focus on quiz B that same lesson or wait until the next lesson, to ensure retention of the topic. 

2) Set a quiz as homework
You may decide to set the quizzes as homework, each quiz covers a range of different topics, making them idea for a revision homework. 

This will save you time, due to the automated marking & also allow you to see all areas of weakness for each student. 

The students will also benefit from Eedi's quiz review process which allows them to focus on their own personal misconceptions and have the opportunity to overcome these with the worksheets and videos available. 

To get started setting the quizzes, it is super simple, just follow these steps:

Your students will be able to log on to Eedi to complete their quizzes or even download the brand new Eedi mobile App. 

3) Set up a Revision Scheme of Work
In a few clicks, you can schedule your students a Revision Scheme of Work. 

Not only will you benefit from the automated marking, it will also send out the quizzes automatically on a weekly basis for you - So you dont have to remember to set a new quiz each week. 

The students will receive Quiz A, they will be able to view their results and have access to their review section to self teach and overcome any misconceptions they may have. They will then receive Quiz B 3 weeks later which covers the same topic and this is to ensure full retention of the topic displaying any areas of weakness in which they need to focus on. 

To get started setting up a scheme of work, it is super simple, just view the below video or follow these steps:

  • Log in to your Eedi account (If you are using Eedi for the first time, you can log in using your DQ credentials)
  • Ensure your students are set up on the system
  • Click into Schemes on the left hand panel 
  • Click to 'Add a Scheme'
  • Request the scheme you wish to assign to your class
  • You can then 'add' the scheme & it will appear in your templates on your schemes page. 
  • Clicking into this scheme, you can select- Start date, choose the length of time the students have to complete the quiz, be it 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 days and also choose the specific classes you wish to assign the scheme to. 

Please note- If you wanted to assign 2 quizzes per week, you can shorten the units on the scheme of work, so that the students receive 1 on a Wednesday & 1 on a Friday. Click here to view how to edit your scheme of work. 

If you have any further questions in regards to the 2019 Revision Schemes, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the team at hello@eedi.co.uk 

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