With the start of 2019 comes New Year’s Resolutions, the annual January hashtags (i.e., #NewYearNewMe), and a searching for what will bring about the change that so many seek. For leaders in education, we often find ourselves asking, “What platform, curriculum, or teaching strategy will revolutionize our school’s data or our day-to-day operations?” However, rather than looking externally for ways to revolutionize our schools, let’s desire, as the Schuyler Sisters (in Lin-Manual Miranda’s Broadway Musical Hamilton) sang, “a revelation.” Reflecting on how we are leading with our values and modeling vulnerability for our staff and students often elicits a revelation of what will be the key levers for success.
Throughout the month of December we counted down the top Edcite question types answered by students in 2018! If you missed our #EdciteQCountdown on social media, you can check out our most popular question types of the year here. Read on for #1-15 (and if you missed #16-31, click here to visit the post).
Throughout the month of December we counted down the top Edcite question types answered by students in 2018! If you missed our #EdciteQCountdown on Throughout the month of December we counted down the top Edcite question types answered by students in 2018! If you missed our #EdciteQCountdown on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest, you can check out our most popular question types here on the Edcite Blog. Read on for #16-31 (and check back this weekend for numbers 1-15!).
Edcite has 60 technology-enhanced question types and over 150,000 items that teachers have shared into the Question Bank. Teachers can search by standard, topic, multimedia, and type of grading. Teachers and teams can also create their own question types aligned to standards and state assessments.
The number one most popular question type on Edcite is our multiple choice question with auto-grading!
Teachers love the variety of technology-enhanced question types available on Edcite and the ability to receive standards-based data instantly. Teachers can also easily differentiate by selecting different question types, selecting different settings in one question type, changing the font, adding audio instructions, or adding fewer answer choices.
The second most popular question type on Edcite is our fill-in-the-blank response question!
With 60 question types, Edcite has more technology-enhanced question types than any other assessment platform. Most of our question types are auto-graded, but we also offer teacher-graded written response and graphing questions that allow students to respond in a variety of ways and show a deep understanding of the curriculum.
One of our most popular question types across subjects is our free response question.