Getting Started: Teachers create an account at wizer.me, create an assignment, and assign to their class. Teachers need to be sure to sign up as a "Teacher" - students will sign in/sign up as "student". Options to assign include Google Classroom or direct link. Students will need accounts as well. Each assignment is given a unique pin number and teachers also have the option to share the assignment globally. After completing an assignment, students can receive immediate feedback if the teacher has set it up. Otherwise, Wizer.me will grade some items for the teacher automatically, then when the teacher finishes the assessment, they have the option to send student feedback.
Take a peek and find inspiration from other teachers that have shared their creations in their community gallery.
FYI: Generally, there are 2 kinds of links - one with 'learn' in it, which is for students to work on and it had the PIN code in it (the last 5 digits). The other link has 'preview' in it and is used for announcements, share with colleagues or on social media, etc.
So first, make sure you're using the right link for each usage.
If a teacher is getting a message to enter a PIN code it means he/she has signed in as a student to test the worksheet, and her account has been switched to a student one. She can try log out and log back in and it should solve this problem.
*If she initially signed up to wizer.me for the first time as a student logging out won't work, so please contact wizer.me help support by clicking on their help button and let them know that your account needs to be reset as a "teacher".