Moodle Quiz

Test your learners’ knowledge using the quiz feature!

Easily assess learners’ formative and/or summative knowledge using questions with specified answers?

Moodle’s powerful quiz feature enables to do this by designing and building quizzes with a large variety of question types, including multiple choice, true-false, short answer and drag and drop images and text.

Moodle quizzes can be time-limited and configured to allow multiple or single attempts. Each attempt at a question can be automatically marked, and the teacher can choose whether to give feedback and/or show the correct answer.

They can then be reused by you in a later quiz or by your colleague in the same course in a different quiz.

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Moodle Choice

Give your students the opportunity to vote in their Moodle courses with the CHOICE activity.

Would you like to see how your students are progressing?
Or to gauge their opinions and needs?
You can at a glance with the choice activity!

The choice activity enables teachers to set up voting options with a radio/option button. A student can then choose a particular option.

The feature can be used in multiple ways; from facilitating student decision making, to testing a student’s understanding of a subject, or to take a poll to get students thinking.

How do you add a choice to your Moodle site?

Click here to see the video about Choice

 

Moodle Feedback Questionnaire

 

It is important to allow your students to provide feedback at the end of a module or/and at the end of the course.

The Questionnaire activity in Moodle allows you to easily create and conduct surveys to collect feedback from students.

With the Moodle questionnaire, you can create questionnaire template that you can reuse in several modules or courses.

Moodle Wiki

Build knowledge with your learners using wiki in Moodle

As you may already know, wikis are collaboratively created and edited. You can use a wiki in Moodle to help your learners build their knowledge together when they are working on a group project, contributing to research or writing a group essay.

Educators can also use a wiki in Moodle to plan a scheme of work, meeting or agenda.

Wikis in Moodle do not have to be used solely for group work.
Individual wikis can act as a personal journal for examination notes.

So how do you add a wiki to your Moodle site?

Wiki

Click here to play the video

Let’s Moodle!

Moodle Wiki

Build knowledge with your learners using wiki in Moodle

As you may already know, wikis are collaboratively created and edited. You can use a wiki in Moodle to help your learners build their knowledge together when they are working on a group project, contributing to research or writing a group essay.

Educators can also use a wiki in Moodle to plan a scheme of work, meeting or agenda.

Wikis in Moodle do not have to be used solely for group work.
Individual wikis can act as a personal journal for examination notes.

So how do you add a wiki to your Moodle site?

Wiki

Click here to play the video

Let’s Moodle!

Moodle and Interactive Content

Making your Learning Content Interactive Using H5P

Create, share and reuse interactive HTML5 content in your Moodle course.

H5P empowers everyone to create rich and interactive web experiences more efficiently.

There are numerous features available through H5P: quizzes, presentations, drag and drop, flashcard … etc…and also the ability to embed a video from Youtube into your course page and then add in questions and overlay information on top of the video. This allows a lecturer to insert “engagement points” on the videos to check a student’s understanding or to supplement the content in the videos.

H5P content is responsive and mobile friendly, which means that users will experience the same rich, interactive content on computers, smartphones and tablets alike.

Let’s Moodle!

Click here for more info and examples