Enhancements: Quiz Updates and Resources, Printable Rosters, German language
Posted by: Lucia Giacomantonio
Last weekend we released our new quiz feature. Throughout the week we’ve received tons of great feedback on what you love about quizzes and how we can enhance this new feature. Today we’re pleased to announce that based on the suggestions received, we’ve implemented the following updates to quizzes:
Preview quiz: Before you assign a quiz to your group, you now have the option to preview that quiz. When you select the preview quiz option (located below the assign quiz button), you can start a quiz and navigate through the questions, viewing the quiz, just as a student would view it.
Comments: When grading a quiz, you now have the option to provide comments back to the student. You can provide comments for each question and when students view their results, they will see those comments below each question.
In addition to these updates, we’ve put together a few new resources to help you learn more about quizzes.
- Frequently asked questions on quizzes
- Tips for creating quizzes
- How-to videos:
In the upcoming months we’ll continue to enhance the quiz functionality, while adding additional features on Edmodo, so please, keep those suggestions coming via our support community!
That’s it for quizzes this week — other updates include:
Printable Members Page: To support your classroom management needs, you can now generate printable rosters for each group. Under the Manage Group section, under Parents and Printer Friendly, select “Member List with Stats” to generate a report that lists your students, parent codes, # of badges awarded, and other statistics based on the criteria you select.
Edmodo in German: Also, you’ll now notice a German flag on the bottom of the Edmodo page. Select this flag to view Edmodo in German. Over the coming weeks and months we’ll be adding more languages to Edmodo – we’ll keep you updated as we release them. Special thanks to Matthias Heil, the Edmodo educator who completed the translation for the community! Thanks Matthias!