If you have been confirmed by your colleagues as a bona-fide member of teaching staff in your school, you can now see a list of all the questions in a quiz, together with the global response statistics for each question, before you assign it.
Why only for confirmed members of staff? It’s just Continue reading
“Locate X in this image” is conceptually straightforward, and Locate questions are not especially subtle. Obvious uses are maps and diagrams. You can also do clever things by turning Continue reading
I threw this question into the 2014 Christmas quiz with no real expectation that anyone would get it. The (possibility of a) Technological Singularity is something every kid needs to grow up being aware of, so this was my contribution to building awareness.
But look! 40% got it! That is double the guess rate, so we can conclude that one student in 5 actually knew the answer.
Or can we? Continue reading
This morning we updated Question Creatr for cloze (gap-fill) questions.
In addition to a general tidy-up, you will find the required response is now restricted to 10 characters. That may sound a little mean, but Continue reading
Checkbox questions (aka “choose-n”) are our second most-popular question type. They are simple and versatile, and you can often replace a whole list of choose-1 questions with a simple choose-n. They also contain a few booby-traps for the Continue reading