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Learning Bird Adds Quizzes

Learning Bird announced today it has added quizzes to its learning platform.
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Learning Bird announced today it has added quizzes to its learning platform. Teachers have direct access to tens of thousands of topic-aligned questions that they can use to build quizzes. Administrators can now also see reports on overall Learning Bird usage and can view student results and progress at the individual, class, and school levels. 

Learning Bird’s quizzes are powered by Certica Solutions’ Formative Assessment Item Bank, a bank of math, English language arts, science and social studies questions used for creating custom assessments. The questions are aligned to Common Core State Standards (CCSS), state-specific versions of CCSS, Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), state-specific versions of NGSS, and state standards for science, social studies and non-Common Core states.

Learning Bird offers all teachers free accounts where they can use the platform with up to five students. Visit https://www.learningbird.com/iamateacher to sign-up for a free account.

Learning Bird’s new quiz feature is available as of Monday (Feb. 8). An exclusive preview is available in the Learning Bird booth (#2511) this week at TCEA in Austin, Texas.

Pricing for Learning Bird starts at $12 per student per year without quizzes, and $16 per student per year with quizzes. Special district-level pricing is also available.



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