The tool enables teachers to add multiple choice questions, open-ended questions, or a combination of both throughout the quiz. Teachers have the possibility to add attachments to questions or answers.
Scratch-off questions (also known as the Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique (IF-AT)) can be enabled in the settings of the Quiz tool. Unlike regular multiple choice questions, scratch-off questions provide students with multiple attempts to answer the question and only reveal whether the answer is correct after submitting. If the selected answer was incorrect, this is revealed to the student, but the other answers remain veiled. This gives the students limited information that challenges them to carefully identify their false assumptions.
Teachers can set deadlines for when they would like the Quiz to be available and be closed for students. They can schedule a specific time for the opening and closing of the steps or adjust this manually.
Teachers can set the answers to never be revealed for students in a non-scratch off Quiz. When this option is selected, the answer in multiple choice questions and open questions will never be shown to a student and only to a teacher.
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Implementing regular quizzes in your course design can help engage students throughout the entire course, while at the same time providing them with immediate feedback on the content they may be mastering, or struggling with. Getting them past that first level of understanding is more motivating for students, and allows you as an educator to focus on deeper learning during class.
Students can often perceive assessments as stressful, so having the opportunity to practice, or take several smaller assessments throughout a course, helps students stay engaged with the content, increase feelings of competence, and help them prepare to face these assessments later on. Quizzes also assist in mastering content, meaning students can focus on deeper levels of learning, such as analyzing, evaluating, and creating new work.
The AI-tool Automated Feedback on writing gives students instant feedback on the quality of academic writing in assignments, thesis, and other deliverables. Students improve their academic writing skills by receiving direct in-line feedback, resulting in more permanent and actionable learning. As importantly, the tool also reduces the time spent on assignment review for teachers, allowing them to reallocate their time on providing feedback on the content rather than the form.
Students are notified of activities (for comment replies, upvotes, deadlines) via email once a day. For teachers, notifications are sent if there are comments directly linked to them.
Yes, deadlines for assignments will be synced and pushed directly to the LMS calendar.
Yes, we provide an overview of student progress in all tools along with more in-depth performance analytics according to each tool.
Students can keep track of their progress through the various process trackers and tabs available in assignments. Additionally, students will get additional notifications when deadlines are approaching.
Teachers can decide if students can take the quiz only once or repeatedly.
Yes, you can use the Quiz tool synchronously and asynchronously.
Yes, teachers can set deadlines for when the quiz will be available for the students and when it will be closed.
Yes, teachers can reuse the assignments they created by choosing ‘copy from existing’ in the set up.
Streamlined learning activity setup
All you need to do is to describe the assignment, choose the right settings and enjoy.
Easy-to-use, uniform design
All tools have a similar look and feel - which flattens the learning curve for both teachers and students.
Co-created with educators
Tools are co-created with educators from partner universities, thus support even the most advanced use cases.