Choosing Between "All At Once" and "One By One"
This article covers the differences between the two Send Assessment methods: (1) All At Once and (2) One by One
- Both methods will keep all questions grouped together once the assessment is completed.
- The Live-Results display features function similarly in both modes.
- Both methods require the assessments to be created prior to sending out.
All At Once Method
Student can access all question in the assessment and can change their answers up until until it is stopped. The All at once method functions similarly to a standard Quiz and Scan-tron setup and offers both formative and summative assessment capabilities.
- Formative Example - sending quizzes, reviews and exams at the end of a learning period to determine the class's progress.
- Summative Example - sending small groups of question throughout the lecture at specific points to gauge class progress along the way.
- The image below shows the Live-Results display for the All at once format.
One By One Method
The One by one method supports a formative assessment approach by delivering single questions at a time when needed to measure class progress on topics at specific points in the lecture.
- Questions can be delivered in any order and paused in order to resume the following class.
- Questions can be skipped if topics do not need to be covered or prevented by time constraints and the system will automatically remove any unsent questions from the grading when the assessment is finally completed
- The image below shows the format for the one by one method.
The One By One Workflow