DigitWhiz

DigitWhiz

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  • Mr. howard's avatar
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  • Mrs. Ritenour's avatar
    Hi- Would you please tell me how to add my classes to the roster? I only see a group that doesn't belong to me.
    • Mrs. Ritenour - When I am in the "Manage Apps" window DigitWhiz is not listed. I still see it in my app folder. I scrolled to the bottom of the "Manage Apps" section, to double check, and it is not listed. Any idea why?

      • Nov 14, 2014
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      • DigitWhiz - We're not sure why (sorry this has been such a dilemma!). I'm wondering if you go to the "store" icon and "end user agreement" if it will delete it so you can re-add the app versus just disconnect the groups (which you did). If not, we can contact Edmodo directly and get some help w/this or you can if you have time.

        • Nov 14, 2014
      • Mrs. McKendry - I am having the same issue....??

        • Dec 4, 2014
      • Mrs. Morris - Is there a way for teachers to monitor badges etc.. My kiddos love it - I just need help with knowing how to monitor it a bit. Do they choose the lessons or are they assigned them in a certain order? I would love ideas of how others are using this.

        Thanks!

        • Oct 23, 2014
      • DigitWhiz - Hi Mrs. Morris! That's awesome that your kids love DigitWhiz! We appreciate it! Once a student completes the placement for a topic (i.e.: multiplication), they are automatically assigned games to practice the skills that they specifically need to master. The game links are listed on a student's Play Card and update as the student makes progress. Kids can take a short Mastery test at any time they feel ready for a skill (i.e.: 7's or 11', etc). We also prompt them w/a note on their Play Card once they have practiced and show improvement.
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        • Oct 24, 2014
      • MathSuperHero: (Patto) - When the students click on the DigitWhiz icon and then watch the 1 min video, they are then being asked to download the app before taking the quiz. This then disables them from being linked to Edmodo, thus being unable to take the quiz. What have I done wrong please?

        • Sep 18, 2014
      • DigitWhiz - Hi! Are you accessing DigitWhiz thru the Edmodo mobile app? If so, the program doesn't work in that environment. DigitWhiz is best accessed directly from the Edmodo site (www.edmodo.com). Please let us know..... Thanks!

        • Sep 18, 2014
    • R Kiefer - Is it iPad friendly?

      • Sep 15, 2014
  • Mrs. Morris's avatar
    Is there a way for teachers to monitor badges etc.. My kiddos love it - I just need help with knowing how to monitor it a bit. Do they choose the lessons or are they assigned them in a certain order? I would love ideas of how others are using this.

    Thanks!
    • DigitWhiz - Hi Mrs. Morris! That's awesome that your kids love DigitWhiz! We appreciate it! Once a student completes the placement for a topic (i.e.: multiplication), they are automatically assigned games to practice the skills that they specifically need to master. The game links are listed on a student's Play Card and update as the student makes progress. Kids can take a short Mastery test at any time they feel ready for a skill (i.e.: 7's or 11', etc). We also prompt them w/a note on their Play Card once they have practiced and show improvement.
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      • Oct 24, 2014
  • MathSuperHero:   (Patto)'s avatar
    When the students click on the DigitWhiz icon and then watch the 1 min video, they are then being asked to download the app before taking the quiz. This then disables them from being linked to Edmodo, thus being unable to take the quiz. What have I done wrong please?
    • DigitWhiz - Hi! Are you accessing DigitWhiz thru the Edmodo mobile app? If so, the program doesn't work in that environment. DigitWhiz is best accessed directly from the Edmodo site (www.edmodo.com). Please let us know..... Thanks!

      • Sep 18, 2014
  • R Kiefer's avatar
    Is it iPad friendly?
  • Mrs. Stoughton's avatar
    Very fun app!
    • Ms. Brown - Hi Mrs. Stoughton! Thanks very much :) Hope you have a great start to the school year! Kasey

      • Aug 12, 2014
  • Mrs. Naasko's avatar
    How do my kids play on their iPad? Igot the app through Edmodo and have my class uploaded. Now what? The app doesn't show up when their on edmodo through their iPad. Do they need the app through iTunes?
    • DigitWhiz - Are your kids using the Edmodo iPad app? If that's the case, DigitWhiz isn't available there and can only be accessed through Edmodo's website. We'll work on getting the DigitWhiz Edmodo app approved for mobile. In the meantime, your kids can access DigitWhiz on their iPads by going to the Edmodo website and launching DigitWhiz from there.

      • Feb 21, 2014
  • DigitWhiz 's avatar
    Thank you teachers for all you do! Have a wonderful Valentine's Day!
  • Ms. Weisenbeck's avatar
    Is there a way for students to change their user names? The letter/number combination is hard for them to remember, especially when doing a multi-player game.

    They love the app!
    • DigitWhiz - Hi Ms. Weisenbeck! So glad to hear your students love the app! The usernames are created by Edmodo and as far as I know teachers and kids can't change them. We wish we could control this especially beacuse of multi-player games as you mentioned. If we could we would :)

      • Feb 3, 2014
  • DigitWhiz 's avatar
    Hello everyone! How is it going for you and your students on DigitWhiz? Please let me know what we can do to assist or if you have any questions! Contact me directly at: kasey@digitwhiz.com
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DigitWhiz is all about making sure that kids: Build Rock Solid Math Skills! We evaluate current skills and based on results, prescribe individualized games as a vehicle to practice. Teacher-built + kid approved!

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