Thanks to Larry Ferlazzo for sharing this resource!
ImageQuiz is a fantastic new website that lets users create image-based quizzes with ease. Just upload your image, choose a title, and begin tagging the locations of the labels. Tagging works by drawing on the image to define what the quiz should test people on, and then labeling each of those tags. It is very easy to use and has a basic, simple interface and best of all – no signup required! This means you can get students to create their own quizzes without worrying about them having to create accounts and then forgetting the passwords…
For example, below is a screenshot of a quiz someone created about the parts of a bicycle. Try it and see how you do! (Don’t worry, I did terribly.)
As you can see, it even keeps score, so you can use it as an assessment in the classroom if you would like. Personally, I would recommend this activity as a way to get students to review concepts in classes such as biology, chemistry and geography. You can upload images of maps, anatomy, cellular structures, etc. and then ask them to practice labeling those terms!
Happy quizzing, y’all!