In this last instalment of looking at OMBEA (an audience response system that integrates into PowerPoint) we look at generating student reports from activities they have participated in. Ensure that the file has been saved in OMBEA format and then you’ll be able to generate a number of different reports with just a few clicks.… Continue reading #363 OMBEA – A PowerPoint response system [8/8]: Reports
OMBEA is an audience response tool that integrates into PowerPoint In this instalment we look at adding a leader board slide. This is ideal if you are asking a number of questions, perhaps as a competition style. You can show the top participant and customise how many participants you want to show. Don’t forget that… Continue reading #351 OMBEA – A PowerPoint response system [6/8]: Adding a leader board slide
We first introduced Mentimeter many posts ago and covered how to use it with a slide based question. In this video we show how Mentimeter can be used to create a slick looking word cloud with your students. This is really easy to set up and use and produces a great visual to share with… Continue reading #346 Create a Wordcloud with your students using Mentimeter
In the last post we explored getting started with Formative and how to create your quiz. In this post, we’ll look at how you can share your Quiz with your students. Featured Image: “20110410-IMG_0969” by Martin Robson licenced under CC BY-SA 2.0
Formative is a free to use quiz tool that has some nice features. Sign up for your free teacher account here: https://goformative.com/#signup In this video, I’ll demonstrate how to use Formative to set up a quiz. Featured Image: “Thinking” by Postcards from Inside licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
As we saw in the first post on Sli.do, Sli.do is a very easy to use audience participation tool. If you missed the first installment, have a look at #262 Sli.do [1/2]: Shy students not asking questions? Try Sli.do In Sli.do you can quickly pose questions to your students that they can answer using their mobile… Continue reading #266 Sli.do [2/2]: Want to ask questions to your lecture group? Try Sli.do polls!
We continue to look at a number of new Question types in Moodle. In this short video we show you how to create an image that has 3 draggable text items that should be matched to 1 text drop zone. It’s possible to have multiple text drop zones to make the question more complex. Featured image:… Continue reading #219 Moodle Question Types [2/3]: Drag text to image