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Quitch is no basic quiz app, as there is no predefined questions that exist within the game. Employing a winning combination of learning theory with neuroscience, Quitch grabs the attention of learners and gives educators the power to create their own game, specific to the needs of their own class and organisation.
Educators curate and structure ‘classes’ separately and then invite learners to compete with each other for prestige, points and badges.
If you’re interested in learning more, contact us to request a demonstration and find out how Quitch can help make education more convenient and fun.
- students on average achieved marks that were 7.03% higher compared to students who chose not to use the app, and
- student retention improved by just over 12% compared with the previous semester that did not use Quitch.
Ekaterina Pechenkina, Daniel Laurence, Grainne Oates, Daniel Eldridge, Dan Hunter. Using a gamified mobile app to increase student engagement, retention and academic achievement. International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, 2017; 14 (1) DOI: 10.1186/s41239-017-0069-7
Organisations can purchase a Quitch license where fees are based on the number of users and class duration.
There are no storage fees, which means you can add as many questions and resources as you’d like.
Contact us to find out about our subscription models and fee structures.
Learners use their own WiFi enabled smartphones that use either the Android or iOS systems to access the app.
Quitch real-time analytics include:
- Performance—correct/incorrect answers
- Accuracy—correct answer on first, second or third attempt
- Activity—usage rates
- Leaderboard—early warning of ‘at-risk’ or disengaged users
- CSV download of data, allowing for further internal analysis
These analytics allow educators to respond in real time to problems, such as lack of understanding or disengagement with material.
- Add hints for difficult questions—users can choose to view hints within gameplay when they require further assistance.
- Add an explanation—explanations are revealed to users after they attempt a question and can add further information or context to an answer.
- Upload supporting resources—if there are certain topics that will have students searching for more information, add resources so that students can extend their learning when they want.
- Review areas of difficulty—make time to clarify or further explore topics that show low performance and accuracy results within the educator portal.
View our best practice techniques and tips to get the most out of Quitch.