Quizzes

Experimenting with quizzes and using then either at the beginning of a teaching unit on hazard preparedness as a way of finding what knowledge already exists or at the end of a unit to test knowledge and understanding gained is important - But who says it needs to be boring?

If students are engaged in the learning it is just as important to keep them engaged when cementing their newly acquired knowledge and the first quiz uses youtube videos to help! Enjoy and share with others!


Multi-Hazard Quiz - How well will you do?

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New emergency planning quiz from Arizona - but has good general knowledge about preparing for emergecies! My score was 2200 by the way! See if you can top it!

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