Tutorial 7: the Detail view

Detail view

If you want a per-student, per-question, per-attempt view of your results, come to

Assignments tab -> Results -> Results in Detail

You will see you have the traditional traffic-light colour-coding for correct, partial and incorrect answers.

Grey cells are questions that were not presented. The Yacapaca model is that each quiz is a randomised selection of questions from an underlying question bank. You choose how Continue reading

Tutorial 2: Find the right assessment with Faceted Search

 

When you first meet Yacapaca, you will naturally want to know if it meets an assessment need you have today. With 23,000 quizzes, Yacapaca probably already has the ideal quiz for your next baseline or end-of-unit test – but Continue reading

5 new quiz skins to engage your students

Students learn better when they feel in control, even in small ways. To help, we’ve added a new dimension of freedom: quiz skins. Students can change the look and feel of their next quiz. In addition to the original red and yellow skin, we’ve 5 more, examples below.

All screenshots below from KS3 Geography revision practice by multiple authors. Colourways inspired by the Canva Blog. Students can select skins from the “Skins” tab. Don’t worry, they’ll soon find it.

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Cherry Blossom

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CAT: Computer Adaptive Testing

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Computer-adaptive Testing (CAT) has actually been around since the 1970s but it is still little-known and less understood.

How CAT works

Any given CAT assessment is based on a large bank of questions of varying, but known, difficulty on a given topic. The first question is served at Continue reading