Where a particular quiz appears in the search rankings depends on a combination of relevance to the search and quality. If you improve the quality, your quiz will rise up the search rankings.
1. Here is where to see the quality ranking. Note that although we show popularity, it does not affect ranking.
2. Click the Edit button. You only see Continue reading
I spotted a conversation between Dave and Dafydd over on the SchoolHistory.co.uk forum, about question types in quizzes. These guys are two of Yacapaca’s most prolific authors, so if they don’t know, we have clearly not got the message across. So for reference, here’s the complete list. Bookmark it now for future reference!
The Yacapaca assessment question types
AKA “select your answer”. The original multiple choice question. Two to six options.
Two to six checkboxes, none, some or all of which need to Continue reading
If you have Author privileges* in Yacapaca, go to More -> My Quizzes. You can ignore search for now, and go straight to Build a New Quiz:
This allows you to build a new quiz from scratch, drawing questions from the entire question bank (164,000 questions at time of writing). You can modify Continue reading
The core of the Yacapaca mission is to take as much of the drudge work out of teaching as possible, to leave you free to actually teach. After you have run a quiz, Yacapaca presents you with automated gap analysis*. Here is how to use it.
From the Assignments tab, click on the Continue reading
Being able to work out a sequence is a classic demonstration of understanding and this makes it a popular assessment option.
The new Sequence question type in Yacapaca supports up to 5 items to be sequenced, with text, images or both. It uses a simple and intuitive drag-and-drop interface.
This sample quiz will give you a flavour of what is possible. Try it!