How to use the Comparison Mode

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A few weeks ago, we introduced our new “comparison mode”. Based on your feedback, we have made some improvements in order for you to optimise your use of this feature.

As you know, the “comparison mode” allows you to measure the progress of your audience in real time, by comparing the results of two sessions.

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Motivate your students by showing them that they are improving! As Henry Ford put it so eloquently, “failure is merely an opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently”.

  1. Multiple choice

The multiple-choice question is effective to measure the overall understanding of your audience in an instant.

1-View your participants’ progress from one session to another.

2-Compare two sessions.

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2. Open question
Create an open question with a correct answer.

Visualize the % of correct answers at each session.

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3. Guess a number
Ask your audience to answer your question with a numerical value and indicate the correct answer.

Visualize the % of correct answers at each session.

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4. Ratings

Participants score the criteria on a scale from 1 to 5.

1- Obtain a global view through the display of the average score per criterion at each session.

2- See the evolution of the average score from one session to another.

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Justine Gerard

Justine Gerard

Justine est inound marketing & customer success manager chez Wooclap. Une solution tech collaborative qui dynamise les cours et formations grâce aux smartphones. Vous pouvez suivre.