Quick Key App Tutorial (1)

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Quick Key App
Click here to download from
the app store!
Beth Conner – Upton by Chester High School
What does the app do?
• Using the iPad camera, the app scans the
students answers and provides a mark in
seconds!
• The app provides a results report for each
pupil.
• Useful as an AfL tool – e.g. as exit tickets
with your quiz questions and options
displayed on a PowerPoint.
Which subjects will find this
app useful?
• MFL
• Science
• D&T
• English
• RE
• Math's
• Great to test vocabulary and spellings
(incorrect spellings can be used as a
multiple choice option)
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1. Getting started
1.Log onto
http://www.quickkeyapp.com
1.Click sign up and enter your details.
2. Setting up classes
1. On your
homepage click
‘classes’
2. Next click ‘new
class’
2. Setting up classes
1. Fill in the details of
your class
2. Click ‘create class’
2. Setting up classes
1. Click ‘quick add’
2. Setting up classes
2. Click ‘add students’
when you have
completed your class
1. Enter pupils names separated with
a comma and a new line
3. Setting up a quiz
•Your quiz needs to be multiple choice.
•The app is only designed to mark the
answers to your quiz. So you will set the
quiz questions up in your usual way e.g.
verbally ask the questions, questions on
a PowerPoint or worksheet.
3. Setting up a quiz – mark scheme
The mark scheme for the quiz can be
done on the website or using the app.
3. Setting up a quiz – mark scheme
Using the app
Click Quizzes
Click ‘add’
3. Setting up a quiz – mark scheme
Using the app
Save!!
Choose how many
answers the quiz will
have.
Enter the correct
answers to complete
your mark scheme.
4. Assigning classes to your quiz
Using the app
Click Classes & Students
Click the class
4. Assigning classes to your quiz
Using the app
1. Click Quizzes
Click Assign Quizzes
4. Assigning classes to your quiz
Using the app
2. Save!
1. Choose the quiz
5. Setting up your quiz in class.
Make sure pupils know their unique ID number
(they could write it on the inside of their book)
1.Click classes&
students
2.Click ‘students’
3.Unique ID number
(all four digits)
5. Setting up your quiz in class.
Setting up the quiz sheet
Students write in their unique ID and shade in the
corresponding numbers in a dark pen
5. Setting up your quiz in class.
Setting up the quiz sheet
Students can then fill in their answers in dark
pen
(unused questions can be left blank)
6. Marking/Scanning Quizzes
• Once quizzes have been completed
they can now be scanned in using the
iPad’s camera function.
• To do this, click on the Quick Key App.
6. Marking/Scanning Quizzes
Click ‘scan existing quiz’
Then select the quiz you
wish to mark and the
class you are marking.
6. Marking/Scanning Quizzes
The camera function will then automatically start.
Hold the camera so the green corners match up
with the corners of the question sheet.
Green corners
Within seconds,
the camera scans
the students ID
and calculates
their score – this is
automatically
saved so you can
move straight onto
the next students
quiz.
6. Marking/Scanning Quizzes
If the camera doesn’t scan (reasons such as; student
has used pencil, not fully coloured in the circles) you can
manually type in their results.
6. Marking/Scanning Quizzes
If the camera doesn’t scan due to poor light,
you can adjust the flash setting.
Flash option
7. Results
Results can be seen two ways; by pupil or by
question. Providing a useful AfL tool.
By student
By question
Top tips
• Students need to make sure the circles
are completely coloured in.
• Put students ID in the back of their
book.
• Laminate the answer cards so they can
be used time and time again!
• Hold your iPad steady and about 1520cm away from the answer sheet.
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