Cooperative Quizzes require nothing more than pencil and paper, but some instructors have found that using the following tools can enhance the process:

  • Simple paper IF-AT forms allow students to work as individuals or in groups to answer multiple choice questions. 
    • The scratch-off forms provide immediate feedback about whether the answer is correct, and can be used to allow students multiple chances to find the correct answer for partial credit. 
    • Immediate feedback and opportunities to find the correct answer help with learning and retention. 
    • Read more about availability and best practices, watch a demo, or request sample forms at the IF-AT webpage
  • ICON allows instructors to give individual assessments via the quiz feature and provides group discussion boards or a wiki site for group communication.