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Your guide to analyzing moodle quizzes


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Learning assessments, such as quizzes, can be powerful tools for informing and reforming learning. The ability to analyze a variety of assessment data, and interpret the factors that can contribute to or influence learning has the potential to make it more effective and facilitate better decision-making for the investment and allocation of resources.
In this 30 minute Master Class, we will show you how to use Zoola Analytics to analyze quiz results, quiz question frequency, and quiz question pass/fail rates.  

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Your guide to analyzing moodle quizzes

  1. 1. Erin Melvin - Moderator Director of Client Engagement Stewart Rogers - Presenter VP, Products Your Guide to Analyzing Moodle Quizzes
  2. 2. Agenda ● Use overall quiz results to identify learning gaps and increase learning effectiveness ● Understand how to identify problematic questions to improve the learning experience ● Use data-based results to assess what other factors affect the learning process so you can optimize for better results 2
  3. 3. Your Guide To Building Moodle Quizzes Recap Students ● Assessment is a key component of learning ● Assessments help students learn ● Assessments help learners determine whether or not they understand the material ● Assessments can help motivate students Instructors ● Improve student learning ● Providing teachers with data ● Data informs and guides better instruction and learning 3
  4. 4. Do you currently analyze any quiz or quiz question data? ● Yes ● No ● I don’t know POLL 4
  5. 5. Quiz Data Analysis Plan 5 ● The WHY - Demonstrate a continuous improvement in assessment scores. ● The HOW - Lean Learning Analytics; optimize the One Metric That Matters ● The WHAT - Quiz or Questions
  6. 6. Analyze Quiz Results To Look For Anomalies 6 ● Analysis can give insight into whether pockets of Learners are struggling more than others ● Analysis can give insight into whether Learners are acquiring knowledge (pre- and post-assessment) ● Look at individual quizzes and compare different user demographics
  7. 7. Analyze the Distribution ● Look at the question distribution segmented by demographics to ensure a fair and expected balance 7
  8. 8. Analyze Distribution Question Results ● This data helps you recognize questions that might be poor discriminators of student performance. ● Use this information to improve questions for future test administrations or to adjust credit on current attempts. ● Segmented by demographics to identify questions where the material may not be presented clearly or the question is not effective. 8
  9. 9. You are interested in analyzing your quiz question results so that you can (choose all that apply): ● Improve the quality of quiz questions ● Improve the quality of learning materials ● Improve the quality of instruction ● To identify particular students who require assistance ● To identify student demographics who require assistance ● Other POLL 9
  10. 10. DEMO
  11. 11. See you in the New Year 2019 Master Class Designing your Learning to Motivate your Learners Tuesday, January 8, 10am PST 11
  12. 12. Resources Webinar: Your Guide to Building Moodle Quizzes DADA: Data > Analysis > Decision > Action Webinar: 4 Emerging LMS Fundamentals You Need to Know Lean Learning Analytics Webinar: Using Analytics to Deliver Engaging Courses 12
  13. 13. Bonus Resources Embracing Big Data in Complex Educational Systems: The Learning Analytics Imperative and the Policy Challenge by Leah P. Macfadyen, Shane Dawson, Abelardo Pardo, Dragan Gašević 13
  14. 14. What’s your first action after this session (choose all that apply)? ● Share this information with my colleagues ● Create a quiz question analysis plan ● Check out our quiz question report templates in Zoola ● Buy Stewart a Christmas present POLL 14
  15. 15. Which data points would you like to learn more about: ● Forums ● Assignments ● Grades ● Time Spent ● Other POLL 15
  16. 16. Phone: +1.877.694.5289 Web: Email: