Teachers get to have a questions bank where they are able to later re-use the same questions in any quiz they’d like.
Table of content:
- What is a Short Value Question (SVQ)/Grid-in question?
- How to add a new Short Value (SVQ) question?
- How are Vooh questions structured?
- Why do questions on Vooh look different?
- How will questions look like in reality on Vooh?
- What can I put inside my questions?
How to add a new question? #
First head to Questions Menu
First Enter the content. This is what will be appearing on the left side of the question.
This is where the content would appear on the real quiz:
Then enter the question
This is where the question would appear on the real quiz
You can upload an image that would automatically be embedded under your question by using the file uploader under the question (Beta feature):
Then add as many answers as you need by clicking on and by selecting the single correct answer by marking the “Is correct” box
You can also add an explanation that would only appear after the student is done with the quiz. An explanation can be why the question is correct/incorrect. This is an optional step, you can leave this empty if you do not need to add an explanation.
When you are done, click on . If you still would like to add more questions, click on .
This is where the answers would appear on the real quiz
How are Vooh questions structured? #
Your questions follow a Vooh standard which is 2 columns:
- One column for content
- One column will have the question and the answers
Why do questions on Vooh look different? #
Modern tests all follow a pattern of having three main portions:
- Multiple Choice Answers
Therefore, at Vooh, we follow the same structure for teachers to actually be able to digitally administer real test-like quizzes they can’t administer elsewhere. Here are some examples of tests following Vooh’s structure:
How will questions look like in reality on Vooh? #
What can I put inside my questions? #
You get full freedom on your Vooh question. We use a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editor, which means it is like using Microsoft word. You can add YouTube videos, Images, Text, and Embedded voice from Soundcloud. Add to that modifying font, highlight, underline, and more. You can do that with content, questions, and answers.