AI (short for Artificial Intelligence) – refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines that are programmed to think like humans and mimic their actions. The term may also be applied to any machine that exhibits traits associated with a human mind such as learning and problem-solving.
Britannica resources – trusted curriculum resources to meet the individual research and learning needs of students and educators across the spectrum of education.
Grade – Age groupings of students according the American system. Note that the students do not see grades in their view.
Multiple choice – the multiple choice question type allows the respondent to choose one or multiple options from a list of possible answers.
Nordic Learning Platform – is a complete hybrid learning solution for schools, teachers, and students. Please go to https://www.nordiclearningplatform.com/ to find out more.
Open book – unlike traditional closed book tests where students are required to rely solely on their recall of test topics, open book tests allow students to consult reference materials (notes, textbook, etc.) in the course of completing the test.
Open education resources – are freely accessible, openly licensed instructional materials such as text, media, and other digital resources.
Pin code – an identifying six-digit number allocated for quiz participants to log in.
Quiz – quizzes can be used as a brief assessment in education and similar fields to measure growth in knowledge, comprehension, abilities, or skills.
Resource Library – Kwizie's resource library consists of a vast bank of highly curated resources for teachers to base quizzes on.
Stand-alone – a tool can be used independently of other tools. In this case, Kwizie can use used both with or without the Nordic Learning Platform.
Time limit – an amount of time in which a quiz must be completed.
True/false – ask questions that get quiz participants to choose the correct answer between two answer options, which are “true” or “false”.
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AI generation will always need checking from a human (it isn't flawless!). Please carefully review, edit, and select the correct answers to each question. As you review quizzes, edit any question and answer directly in each text box. The accuracy of Kwizie's question and answer generation is improving all the time as the platform gets more use!
For AI generated questions to work well from your own material, the content should be in English, be grammatically correct, and contain only factual information on a widely known topic (for example, an article you could find on Wikipedia). Also, be sure to remove any unnecessary text.
The Ask AI function enables quiz masters to autogenerate answers to questions they give. For AI generated answers to work well, the question should be grammatically correct and be about factual information on a widely known topic.
Youtube has all sorts of content and we only enable well established and reputable educational channels to generate quizzes from. You can see the list of channels we have added through a dropdown when you have YouTube selected. More channels will come over time. If you have a channel suggestion, please Contact us!
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