Create a Quiz -- Free!
(1) Traverse the links in the Drills, Quizzes section below and jot down your BUILD-A-QUIZ problem IDs.
(2) Sign-in and enter those problem IDs into BUILD-A-QUIZ. (It turns green once you're signed-in.)
- Tip: Before you leave BUILD-A-QUIZ, copy your problem ID list with you're right mouse button.
That way you can paste the list back into BUILD-A-QUIZ later if needed (mentioned below--'See Tip.').
- You are free to mix and match any problem ID from any link in 'Drills, Quizzes' in any order up to 100.
- Within BUILD-A-QUIZ, you'll be assigned a test ID and prompted to answer a few setup questions.
(3) After leaving BUILD-A-QUIZ, verify that the test ID actually works before giving it to students:
- Enter the test ID into TAKE-A-QUIZ .
- If your test ID works, you'll be taken to the next screen where you will press 'Cancel'. (Don't take the quiz.)
- If it doesn't work (no next screen), you'll have to re-enter your problem IDs into BUILD-A-QUIZ. (See Tip).
(4) A confirmation email will arrive within minutes that documents your test ID number and quiz setup choices.
(5) Give the test ID and log-in information (student ID, password) to your students for TAKE-A-QUIZ.
(6) Finally, wait for your emailed quiz report to arrive. (You picked the time and date in the setup questions.)
- You can view a sample report here. Note that 'X' indicates the correct answer and all problem IDs are given.
(7) For more details, please visit the links directly below the BUILD-A-QUIZ and TAKE-A-QUIZ buttons.
- Algebra Terms and Rules Review (pdf),  Review-Drill
- Linear Equations Drill-1, Drill-2, Drill-3, Drill-4, Drill-5, Drill-6, Graphs-1
- Polynomials Type, Degree, Monomials
- Algebra Terms and Rules
- Function Inverses
- Exponential Functions Common bases, Different bases
- Logarithmic Functions Drill-7
Math grades 3-5 (from the pink tabs on the W&W main page)AV1.a.x11, DV.3.a.x10, GV.3.a.x5, MV.1.a.x5, MV.1.b.x, MV.1.c.x5, MV.1.d.x10, MV.1.e.x29,
MV.f.a.x10, MV.7.a.x10, MV.11.a.x10, MV.13.a.10, OOV.3.a.x31,
- Python is taught at top universities as a first programming language and is widely used in industry.
- A Python example that uses Philip Guo's embedded code visualizer is here
( Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics )
- Software Developers, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Architecture and Engineering Occupations, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Math Occupations, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Careers in Applied Mathematics, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- Frequently Asked Questions About Global Warming and Climate Change, EPA
- The Conversion of a Climate-Change Skeptic, Richard A. Muller, New York Times Quiz
- Short Answers to Hard Questions About Climate Change, Justin Gillis, New York Times Quiz
- The West Is Burning, And Climate Change Is Partly To Blame, Cally Carswell, FiveThirtyEight