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Statistics assessments are crucial to the Statistics Learning Journey. However, creating, checking and grading statistics assessments can also be a very tedious and time consuming task. We want to make this whole side of teaching as easy as possible for you with our Statistics Assessments tool kit.
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The flexibility of our testing module lets you use it for diagnostic, formative and summative assessments, depending on the settings you decide to go with.
A main benefit of our digital testing is that student answers are graded automatically by our platform, saving you a lot of time!
When it comes to the form of the questions, our extensive question bank consists of around 25 question types, ranging from open (mathematical) input, to multiple choice, or geometrical exercise types. This will help in finding the best suited format for testing particular types of students’ knowledge.
On top of all this, it’s also possible for you to create your own questions if you wish to do so!
All test questions include randomized variables, so even though the skeleton of a certain question is the same for each student, each student gets a different variation of the question. Additionally we also have a series of security settings which can make it even harder for your students to cheat!
Since all of our questions are randomized, as a teacher you are able to allow your students to have multiple attempts at a specific test. Each version of the test will contain the same questions but with different variables.
Our extensive question bank, that is created and curated by in-house staticians, covers a wide range of topics including descriptive statistics, probability theory, inferential statistics, and data analysis. In our experience, our course is best suited for introductory statistics classes at colleges and universities.
With our learning analytics framework, you will be able to discern patterns from your test results, identify red flags and subsequently recalibrate your teaching to address the gaps of knowledge that were made apparent from your testing.