With well over 20,000 separate assessments on Yacapaca, many teachers want to collate a set to use for a particular course. This might be for personal use, or to share with your departmental team.
The way to do this is to create a
Course. In Yacapaca, a course is defined as a collection of quizzes, together with description and any associated files. Here are the four steps: 1 Start
More tab -> My Courses
Click on “Compile a new course”. If you don’t see this, you may need to apply for author privileges.
British values: Rule of law? Individual liberty? Mutual respect? Democracy? Yeah, yeah. Every country from Albania to Zambia claims those. Even insofar as they are true, they are certainly not uniquely British.
So, what is? What really differentiates us from the Germans, Americans, Russians and Chinese? To my mind, it’s…
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
If you are teaching Computing next year, you might like the recent update to our
KS3 Computing syllabus section.
I have added a topic list based on the
Computing at Schools Working Group specification. I know this is not the final document you will be teaching to, but given the Continue reading