Using State Standards on Quizizz

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The State Standards tool on Quizizz enables you to align all your content on Quizizz with the curriculum stipulated by your organization

By selecting State Standards on Quizizz, you will be able to create, customize and share aligned activities. You can tag every quiz question to a state standard and get better reports on each student's performance per the same standard and better determine their mastery of subjects and concepts. Here is the list of currently supported State Standards on Quizizz:

  1. Alabama State Standards 
  2. Alaska State Standards 
  3. Arizona State Standards
  4. California State Standards 
  5. Colorado State Standards 
  6. Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
  7. Connecticut Core Standards
  8. Delaware Learning Standards
  9. Florida's Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (BEST)
  10. Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE)
  11. Hawaii State Standards
  12. Illinois State Standards
  13. Indiana State Standards
  14. Kansas Curricular Standards
  15. Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS)
  16. Iowa State Standards 
  17. Louisiana State Standards (LASS)
  18. Maine Learning Standards
  19. Maryland Learning Standards
  20. Massachusetts Learning Standards
  21. Michigan Academic Standards
  22. Minnesota Academic Standards
  23. Mississippi Learning Standards
  24. Missouri State Standards
  25. Montana State Standards
  26. Nebraska State Standards
  27. Nevada Academic Standards
  28. New Jersey State Standards
  29. New Mexico Learning Standards
  30. New York State Standards
  31. Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
  32. North Carolina State Standards
  33. North Dakota Learning Standards
  34. Ohio State Academic Learning Standards
  35. Oklahoma State Standards 
  36. Pennsylvania Core Standards (PACS)
  37. Tennessee Academic Standards (TAS)
  38. Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)
  39. Utah Education Health Standards (UEHS)
  40. Virginia State Standards (SOL)

State Standards are available on the Quizizz School and District Plan. 

To enable tagging State Standards on Quizizz, follow these steps: 


  1. Click on 'Create' and click on 'Quiz' from the left navigation pane 
  2. Name the quiz and add relevant subject tags appropriately (a maximum of 3 tags are allowed)


  3. On the quiz editor, click on 'Tag'
  4. Pick a curriculum to tag your question


  5. Click on Save
  6. Add standards from selecting a subject from the dropdown
    English Language Arts (ELA), English Language Arts - HSST, and Mathematics are supported on Quizizz.
  7. Choose the correct grade (K-12)
  8. Choose the correct standard for your question within the quiz
    All standards have an explanation in the description to help match the exact standard to the assessment question



  9. You can also tag multiple standards per question
  10. Click on save
  11. Repeat the same for every question within the quiz 
    You can also have a consistent tag for all the quiz questions.
  12. When you are importing questions from the Quizizz library, click on 'Add Tags'


  13. Save the quiz once it is ready
    Either assign it as a Live, Instructor-paced quiz or assign as Homework
  14. Once your students attempt the quiz, access the results from 'Reports' 
  15. Here you will see individual student's reports and overall class report per every state standard. You can print, download and delete the report if required.


  16. You can share this report with other teachers too
    However, you cannot share a state standard-based report with parents.

You can also create and customize standards if required. 

State Standards-based reporting is not supported for the Quizizz Super Subscription. If you'd like to upgrade your current plan to the Quizizz School and District plan, contact the Quizizz team.  

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