6 recommendations for creating Multiquiz

6 recommendations for creating Multiquiz

You requested it and waited, we dreamed of it and it’s finally here…the latest Teach on Mars activity has made its grand entrance into the solution to get the year off to a great start: welcome to Multiquiz!

The first advantage is the very principle of Multiquiz, which completes the range of activities in the Teach on Mars solution: for one single question, there are several possible answers. This activity will enable designers to propose more extensive questions, with a more detailed level of response.

There are 2 other major advantages regarding answer choices:

  • The possibility to integrate developed answers (up to 280 characters)
  • The possibility to integrate images by themselves or combined with text.

Recommendation n°1: use the Multiquiz in a variety of ways

The advantage with this activity is that it adapts to almost all training and learning contexts. Whether you are dealing with a soft skill, sector-specific or product subject, mix things up with Multiquiz!

Our tips:

  • Use a Multiquiz as a discovery activity; given that the activity is not timed, learners will have time to reflect on each question
  • Propose the activity to validate knowledge acquired during the course by identifying the important summary points
  • In a retail environment, strive to effectively and visually identify product ranges and their compositions
  • Use the Multiquiz as an alternative to the Training Game, when you don’t want to propose a “neutral” answer.

Recommendation n°2: have an objective for each question

To ensure the Multiquiz is a real learning experience, each question must satisfy a specific pedagogical objective, at the risk of creating “gadget” questions.

Our tips:

  • For each created question, ask yourself: what do we want learners to remember?
  • Sometimes it’s better to create fewer questions but of a higher quality.

Recommendation n°3: create plausible wrong answers

The aim here is to get learners thinking when confronted with incorrect answers. If answer choices are too obvious, learners won’t need to take time to think and may end up losing interest in the activity.

Let’s not kid ourselves, it isn’t easy coming up with wrong answers, but remember that this is crucial!

Our tips:

  • Identify common errors and gather accurate information
  • Avoid slipping in clues unwittingly when building questions and answers, for example:
    • The right answer always being the longest
    • The words “always”, “only” and “never” in incorrect answer choices can arouse learners’ suspicion.

Recommendation n°4: deliver high-quality images

Creating a sleek and pleasant playing environment helps hold learners’ attention. Use this to your advantage; this activity allows you to showcase attractive images!

Our tips:

  • Use images, while ensuring they respect the image format and correct settings (nozoom, full)
  • Structure the text using formatting elements (bold, italics, underline, etc.)
  • Use a personalized background to decorate the cards.
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Recommendation n°5: take care with the introduction and the conclusion

Personalizing instructions and feedback is an effective means of engaging learners in the activity and creating a link to what comes next. You can give context, reassure learners, provide guidance or simply pay them attention. This good practice, applicable to all Teach on Mars gamified activities, is something which is really worth implementing in order to make the course more fluid and to support learners.

Our tips:

  • In the case of failure, add a touch of humor or kindness to turn the mistake into an opportunity to improve: “Oops that’s not quite right, this activity will help you set things straight!”
  • In the case of success, introduce the next topic to make learners want to carry on, like a nail-biting cliffhanger in a series!

Recommendation n°6: respect the rules of creation

Just like for any activity, certain rules of creation must be respected in order to provide a good mobile learning experience. Alas, there are character limits but don’t panic, they are now longer, much to our pleasure!

  • question = 100 characters maximum
  • answer = 280 characters

Our tips:

  • Activate corrections to encourage learners to review their right and wrong answers in a very visual way
  • Take care with the order and title of questions so that the end result is perfectly fluid for learners.
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Turnkey training courses: the best allies for your latest challenges

Turnkey training courses: the best allies for your latest challenges

The last few months have confirmed what we already knew: turnkey training courses are a major asset when it comes to finding quick responses to radically changing needs. Why not check out the new solutions available for your catalogue in the Learning Station Playlist? With nearly twenty additions this month, from wellbeing to finance, all you have to do is choose!

On the road to wellbeing with TIPS n’ LEARN!

The Learning Station is delighted to bring you a new supercharged collection: TIPS n’ LEARN. Specialising in blended learning systems, this agency has put together 10 training courses on an issue that’s more topical than ever: wellbeing and quality of life at work.

Want to know more about a digital agency that rocks in the kitchen and won’t let off-the-shelf content gather dust? Walk this way!

A smooth return with Skillsday

Our partner Skillsday has tackled THE tricky subject of the moment faced by organisations, with its creation of a training course on returning to work in the context of Covid-19. Here you’ll find information and practical advice on how your employees can return to work under the best possible conditions.

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Two other titles look at important issues in the current situation:

  • Changing role in companies” at a time conducive to professional change or career advancement;
  • Finance for non-financiers” (and there are lots of them!) who need to strengthen their financial culture and better understand the impacts of the crisis.

Stress-free finance with expert Action on Line

Keen to learn more about this topic? This month we welcome a new publisher, Action on Line, an expert in finance, accounting and management. If your organisation is aiming to cultivate a solid financial culture among your employees, this new 100% mobile-first training offer is made for you!

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More than ten training courses are already available on the following topics:

  • Understanding financial statements
  • Producing and checking annual accounts
  • Producing financial statements
  • Cost analysis.

Dashboards, budget construction, performance management – the publisher will soon release the next instalment of their highly operational collection!

To learn more about these new releases, download the Playlist or Teach on Mars application, available via the App Store and Google Play, to see the entire demo catalogue in the Learning Station category.

Continue to train your employees by opting for off-the-shelf!

Continue to train your employees by opting for off-the-shelf!

To deal with this unprecedented situation that is challenging our ways of working, we need mobile learning more than ever before to support our employees. Teach on Mars remains on the cutting edge with its partners, offering you initiatives specially designed for the crisis.
Each week we’ll be showcasing content from our latest developments. Check in to find out what’s new on our calendar. And don’t be afraid to over-indulge!

Working from home: Discover Skillsday’s failproof recipe

Implementation, organisation, best practices and more with two training courses on remote work solutions. Help everyone adapt to working from home.

To meet all your needs, Skillsday offers two versions: one for your employees and one for your managers. In 30 minutes, these specially designed courses offer a very complete, operational approach. Among the areas covered:

  • good conditions for working at home,
  • teamwork,
  • work organisation,
  • work/life balance,
  • working at home in the kind of exceptional conditions we’re currently experiencing.

 

Want to learn more about this offer? Contact our Skillsday partner David Reymond directly by email: david.reymond@skillsday.com

And to discover other topics, all new Skillsday offers for March can be found in your Learning Station catalogue.

Cybersecurity: Train and raise awareness among your employees with content from Phosforea, the cybersecurity expert

Many employees are falling prey to cyberattacks during the lockdown. Teach them the best ways to fight back! An informational campaign on cybersecurity is coming soon.

Take advantage of an exclusive offer and get access to Skillsday’s complete library!

Want to offer high-quality off-the-shelf training content on various topics? Skillsday is making all its off-the-shelf training courses available at a significantly reduced price for 2 months. Keep your eye out for an email in the coming days detailing this offer.

Crisis management: get through these trying times with our partner Solace

Managing a crisis is not something you can fake your way through. Get expert advice with content from our partner Solace. We’ll kick off a campaign in around 10 days on this topic.

And don’t forget the introductory package offers from the Learning Station, which can be activated right now!

We know you may not have time to choose. That’s why we’ve put together a selection of our best content on key topics. Take advantage of 7-content packs at discounted prices on collective performance, digital acculturation and personal development, among other topics.

Interested? Contact your Teach on Mars account manager to get started!

In the spotlight: A wealth of solidarity

Alenvi, specialised in support for healthcare professionals shares its catalogue

Alenvi has decided to offer all its mobile learning content for free during this difficult period. This content, available on its application, enables creating an empathetic link with people who are functionally dependent and also offers invaluable advice based on the practical experience of aids and experts.

You’ll find topics such as cognitive impairment, empathetic communication, ethics, helpful movements and postures plus many more, whether you’re a professional in this area or a family member.

To access the content, you can sign up here.

Teach on Earth and Edumiam join forces

Edumiam, a start-up specialised in coaching for parents and early childhood professionals, is taking action by offering free access to its mobile training content until the end of the lockdown, starting April 2. This material can be accessed via the platform Teach on Earth.

Edumiam offers fun, digital prevention tools that cover a child’s first 1,000 days.

The content will be available starting April 2 and can be accessed by downloading the Teach on Earth application at App Store or Google Play Store.

Countdown to 15 April: launch of a mobile learning version MOOC on “Artificial intelligence for managers and their teams” using two case studies at EDF and Malakoff Mederic Humanis!

Countdown to 15 April: launch of a mobile learning version MOOC on “Artificial intelligence for managers and their teams” using two case studies at EDF and Malakoff Mederic Humanis!

The CNAMFUN and Teach on Mars have teamed up to bring you a mobile-first version of case studies from a MOOC on the topic of how AI can benefit managers and their teams.

Cécile Dejoux, university professor at the CNAM, has devoted extensive research to two organisations – EDF and Malakoff Mederic Humanis – that have implemented artificial intelligence projects, and which you can explore through the mobile content offered via the Teach on Mars application.

The app includes:

  • course activities to get to grips with the strategy and objectives of both organisations, and understand their business models, changes in their industries, the methods used and the projects deployed.
  • each case study includes fun activities with appropriation games to offer MOOCers an attractive, engaging and varied experience.

EDF is a firm believer in this approach: “Offering to share our experience via a mobile app is perfectly consistent with our approach to innovation. The case studies include a number of different videos to help users understand our approach and the training courses we devised. The content highlights two iconic projects: a legal chatbot project and a recommendation project for safety engineers.”

Malakoff Mederic Humanis adds: “The mobile learning model is a great way of presenting our projects on detecting optics-related fraud or file automation of secured contracts. It has allowed us to spread understanding of a complex subject in an accessible way for MOOCers who are interested in artificial intelligence.

Head to the CNAM on 15 April at 7 pm for the launch of both MOOCs under the umbrella title “Make AI your ally with new collaborative working methods“. Two panel discussions will help you learn about the mobile and gamified training courses of two major corporations and their approach to successfully deploying artificial intelligence in their organisations!