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3 Benefits Of Quizzes in Online Education

There are benefits that have shown why quizzes are important. Most of this research indicates several benefits that LX designers need to understand. One example is from a 2010 study that concluded that the tests required students to "struggle to retrieve information from memory, and that hard retrieval proves to be a wonderfully powerful memory device in many circumstances." In a recent Richardson blog post, assessments can not only be used to test what you have learned, but they can also be used to motivate people to learn. In a third study in 2009, students become more motivated to work on these deficits by giving them an opportunity to identify their deficits. Solutiontales have quizzes that adjust your quiz taking capacity and help you identify your deficits.

1.Quizzes That Motivate

Richardson's blog post talks about how quizzes can be used to motivate people to "learn". One way to do this is to start an e-learning course with a pre-test. This pretest is an ungraded test at the beginning of an e-learning course that is specifically designed to enable students to see what they already know and what they don't know. For a pretest to be effective, it must cover the main learning points of the course, it must be clear that it is ungraded, and it must allow participants to repeat the questions The student is in full control With a variety of questions From multiple- Choice, Multiple Answers and True / False allow you to ask relevant questions before the test to prepare your students for what to look for during the course. If people miss a question, they are more likely to be motivated to pay. Pay attention to this topic in the course when it comes up so you don't miss the question again. Students see what is coming so they are ready to be attentive during the course.

2.Questions to Help People Remember

During your e-learning course, it is a good idea to pause and review what you have learned. Repetition is an important element of learning and one way to repeat content is through questionnaires. The questionnaires are not rated. The purpose is not to evaluate learning, but to give students a chance to remember what they have learned. One way to do this in addition to informing people is to use alternative types of questionnaires such as sequencing and tagging.

Mindflash has three types of questionnaires, which are divided into these two categories. A type of sequential questionnaire is one in which several steps are represented in a process and the student has to drag and drop the steps into the correct order. This is a great type of questionnaire for any process - a sales process, steps in resolving a customer escalation, or even your supply chain management process.

Tagging works by displaying an image or series of images and asking students to tag each element of the image. For example, suppose your e-learning course is about security awareness and you have just completed a section on security risks. Displaying an image with elements of risk scattered across a person's desktop, such as: B. Passwords on a sticky note, a company ID and a RAS token. It asks the student to label each of the security risks.

Another important point about quizzes during an e-learning event is that they should be simple. Staying motivated during training is important so that students want to continue learning and complete the course. To make this fun process, Solutiontales provides a set of quizzes that are worth taking.

3.Questionnaires That Evaluate What You Learn

Of course we want to know if people have learned something, and most of you will want to follow up and report that people have learned something. Standard quiz with multiple choice and true / false questions. At this point, the assessment of the questionnaire is appropriate and students should be informed that the final questionnaire has been assessed.