This article offers a definition on most of Quizzes' main vocabulary.
To get the most out of Quizzes, there is some terminology that is helpful to get familiar with. To help with that, let's start with a few definitions:
An individual test with an open and close date. It can be ungraded, graded manually, or graded automatically. Each quiz would normally consist of numerous individual Items.
An individual task built from Questions and/or Features. Each Item can consist of numerous elements. Items are automatically saved in the Item bank, which means that they can be later used in other Quizzes. An Item might be used to:
- Combine related Questions;
- Combine a video/audio Feature with an associated Question; or
- Support the Question with rulers, protractors, calculators, etc.
There are 55 Question types available within Aula, including but not limited to: multiple choice, fill in the blanks, classify, highlight, match, etc. Questions can be manually or automatically scored.
Supporting materials and tools used to give context and assist with Questions. This includes shared passages, video, audio, and interactive math tools.