With the interest to serve you better, we are happy to announce to you that homework and classwork has been upgraded to automated multiple choice setting , paperless homework!
*This is much more easy to use: For some reason, the whole process of paper less work is easier and less confusing. Instead of a ridiculously long email with lists of DOs and DON’Ts, instead of greeted with a very simple set of instructions. Easy enough!
*Less time consuming: All the time used in writing out Questions or typing out the answers to the questions may not the needed as the answer is just a click away!
*Instant grading : Select-response tests (like multiple choice or True/False) can be scored instantly, allowing learners to instantly see how they did on an assessment and online instructors to make real-time instructional changes based on assessment evidence. This immediate grading frees up instructors to focus on feedback, which is critical for learning and is also time consuming. Online instructors —or the assessment itself, depending on its design—can help and guide learners on what they need to do in order to improve. A simple example of this is Quizmaker in Articulate 360 which allows for substantive feedback and allows the course designer to redirect students who have done poorly to a specific slide or set of resources.
And lot more!
In many educational online programs, we love many things about online learning, but oftentimes assessment is not one of those things! There is often concern about accuracy, validity, security, integrity, and quality of online assessment. Yet, automated multiple choice questions setting offers so many benefits to online learners, instructors, and programs, mainly in terms of administration, grading, and scale that they deserve a much closer look.
Many children with disabilities have challenges related to their motor skills. What’s great relief with the use of tablets and smart phones for the e- learning platform, they’re much easier to operate than previous forms of paper work. Thanks to their intuitive design and operation, children with disabilities only need to complete very basic inputs to engage in highly immersive learning experiences. Researchers have actually found that using a tablet on a regular basis can help children develop and improve their fine motor skills