Tag Archives: Assessment

We know that regularly asking “instant” questions in class is a sure-fire way of lifting and sustaining engagement. Now, using Xorro-Q, assessing instant questions has become easy – even in class. Students’ responses to instant questions can be automatically rewarded: either by assessing them for correctness or by recognising the contributor through participation points.

One of the compromises in automatically assessed numeric (and text) response questions is that they demand exact responses from participants.  For example, in asking a group of participants “Who was the leader of Nazi Germany?” – we might demand “Adolf Hitler” as the “correct” answer, but we will in fact receive variations such as “Hitler”, “AdolfHitler”, […]