Here is a question from our database, with one of its distractors (incorrect answers), and a feedback statement written by a student:
||Feedback statement written by student
|Which one of the following is not a network topology?
||Bus is not a network topology.
Do you see the problem? ‘Bus’ is indeed a network topology. By stating the question in the negative, the distractor becomes a double negative – ‘bus’ is NOT NOT a network topology. And guess wha Continue reading
In the Quiz Edit page, we show a number of metrics for each question. Two are new; all deserve Continue reading
In Yacapaca, a course is basically a way to collate quizzes into a logical structure. It enables you to provide teachers’ notes and downloadable files such as lesson plans or worksheets. A course also has its own markbook, enabling teachers to see results grouped separately from other assignments should they wish to.
What it’s not: a Yacapaca “course” is a completely different concept from something you would also find called a “course” in Moodle. Can’t really blame them for using the same name, but it hasn’t half caused a lot of confusion.
Here is an example of what a teacher sees in a Course page…
…but here is what the author sees…
These are the absolute basic basics of how a “choose-one” type multiple choice question works, for new authors. Here is a typical question:
The components are: the STEM (question); typically 4 OPTIONS (aka FOILS), comprising the KEY (the right answer) and 3 DISTRACTORS (the wrong answers).
The stem (question). Make sure you Continue reading