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FAQ - Students

What is KBI about?

Kids Boost Immunity (KBI) is a place where you can learn about science and social issues around immunization in your classroom or at home.

How do the quizzes work?

"Lessons & Quizzes" is the area that your teacher will use during class.

At the end of each lesson, there will be a quiz. If you score 80% or higher on the quiz, you will earn a vaccine for UNICEF Canada that will help save lives! If you don't score 80% the first time, you can keep trying until you score 80% or higher.

When you finish ALL the quizzes for a topic, you'll unlock a special quiz: the Final Quiz for that topic. This quiz lets you earn vaccines based on the number questions you answer correctly. But be careful - you can only earn vaccines for a Final Quiz the first time you take it!

If you'd like to earn more vaccines, check out the "At-Home" link. This area lets you take more quizzes, so you can keep earning vaccines at home.

What are Leaderboards?

The Top Teams leaderboard lets everyone see where your Team ranks against other classes in schools across Canada. By earning more vaccines with your class, you may be eligible to win special prizes and help save lives!

There is also a Top Vaccine Earners leaderboard that displays the top ten students in a class by the number of vaccines earned. This leaderboard can only be seen by members of the class Team.

What vaccines are we buying for other kids?

Kids Boost Immunity directly purchases tetanus, polio and measles vaccines through UNICEF Canada for kids in other countries who need them.

Who can see my quiz scores?

Your quiz scores can't be seen by other students. Your teacher can see your final quiz scores. Other class Team members can see the total number of vaccines you have earned if the teacher has enabled the leaderboard for your class.

What happens if I forget my password?

Teachers can help students who forget their passwords from the Teacher user account by opening up their Team view, selecting the Team member, and choosing edit to bring up the student account. The student can then add new passwords to their account.

Last modified: 
Apr 12, 2018