From the 'Results' menu, the teacher can set the range of statistical results to be displayed, and the author can decide whether to share the results with other teachers or students.
From the 'Respondent's name' menu, the teacher can set the range in which the respondent's name is displayed, e.g. by not disclosing who has chosen which option, so that people can make their choice confidently.
The test card can also be viewed and downloaded from the results tab to show the percentage of correct answers for the class and the correct and incorrect results for each student, which can inform subsequent teaching.
⑤ Students can ask questions to each other! Try using test cards in the 'Submission'!
When to use it?
For example, during unit summaries, students can use test cards to create questions about what they have learned so far. This is an excellent way for students to learn from each other's work. The purpose of having someone else solve the test is to encourage students to take the initiative, and the explanations help to enhance their learning.
STEP1 Students create tests.
Create a test to answer. Press the "Q" icon, select "Test", take out the card and press the "Edit" button.