Quizizz for [.yellow-heading]Special Education[.yellow-heading]

Meet every student’s accommodations in a classroom that supports differentiation and celebrates learning.

Contact us to learn about using Quizizz across your curriculum.

Trusted by teachers in 86% of U.S. Schools

Reinforce your curriculum with tools for [.green-heading]growth, differentiation, and motivation[.green-heading]

[.extra-bold]Include every learner[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Turn on Read Aloud to ensure equity and access for language learners and high-need students.[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Give your students a voice[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Use Audio/Video Questions and Responses for inclusive instruction on speaking/listening standards, literacy, ESL, and more.[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Track student data[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Access meaningful Data Reports, including Longitudinal Growth Graphs, to monitor progress over time.[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Personalize student scores[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]With Flexible Grading, adjust point values and manually score short answers, extended responses, and other question types.[.font-18px]

More Special Education [.blue-heading]teacher-approved[.blue-heading] features:

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Templates to [.purple-heading]Scaffold & Differentiate[.purple-heading]

[.font-18px]Explore thousands of live and asynchronous teacher-created Quizzes and Lessons covering every grade level and subject area. Each can be customized for accommodations, scaffolding, and differentiation. Use as-is, mix and match from millions of other activities, or start from scratch.[.font-18px]

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Homework and more!
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Formative and summative assessment
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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See why teachers across the US [.red-heading]love Quizizz for Special Education:[.red-heading]

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“Quizizz is a great program that makes it easy with all of the pre-made activities to [.blue-bold]differentiate learning[.blue-bold] and to tailor specific instruction and content material for my students with disabilities.”

Debbie Spillman

High School Special Education Teacher (Kentucky)

“I have used Quizizz to reinforce the concepts of [.blue-bold]short vowel sounds[.blue-bold] for my younger students and they have gone from saying ‘I can't read’ to saying ‘I can read!’ since using Quizizz."

Cliff Chiasson

Dyslexia Teacher (Texas)

“I love that I am able to provide [.green-bold]different modes of learning for my diverse learners[.green-bold] with Quizizz. I love that it challenges students to focus, read, and interact with their peers. This is extremely beneficial for my quiet, shy learners.”

Jennifer Wiley-Magana

Special Education Teacher 6-8 (California)

“I love using Quizizz with my special education students because it allows for immediate feedback (and chances to correct their mistakes through Redemption Questions!). Students find Quizizz less stressful than a traditional test because of the review game format, and they can choose to use the read-aloud option. This is a common accommodation for many of my students, and one that is difficult to do with paper tests where they work at different paces, so [.red-bold]Quizizz is a God-send[.red-bold].”

Elizabeth Wait

High School Special Education/Science Teacher (Virginia)

“My students have a hard time learning, but Quizizz excites them! I use it multiple times a week. The students love the competition and the feelings of success. [.yellow-bold]I even had a student cry when they got first place on the Leaderboard in my math class![.yellow-bold]”

Alicia Hardman

Middle School Special Education Teacher (Utah)

“[.green-bold]Quizizz is a fantastic resource because it is so diverse![.green-bold] Students like consistency, and this is very important for learners like our ELs and SpEd students.”

Benjamin Brown

High School Spanish Teacher (Indiana)

“[.yellow-bold]The read-aloud function helps my special education students[.yellow-bold] focus on the content rather than trying to use all of their mental energy just to read the questions and answers. It's a great way to have them look just like the other students while still receiving their legally required accommodations!"

Lauren Sammons

Special Education Teacher (Georgia)

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