Classtime currently supports nine different question types that you can create and share with your students:

Single-Choice (single choice)

Answer input

Students see all answer options and can select only ONE of them.

Evaluation

The answer is automatically evaluated. You only need to specify the correct answer when creating the question. You can add as many answer options as you want.

Example

Multiple Choice

Answer entry

Students see all answer options and must check ALL (ONE or MORE) correct answers.

Evaluation

Answers are automatically scored. You must include all correct answers when creating the question. You can add as many answer options as you like.

Example

True or False

Answer input

Students have only two answer options to choose from: TRUE or FALSE. They must select one of these options.

Evaluation

The answer will be evaluated automatically. You only need to specify the correct answer when creating the question.

Example

Free text

Answer input

Students can freely enter a text with no character limit.

Evaluation

The answers of the students have to be evaluated by you on the session overview. To do this, you need to click on the yellow marked cells (the eye) and evaluate the answer as correct or incorrect accordingly.Important: Classtime will automatically bundle all identical answers, saving you more time. Moreover, the system remembers your previous evaluations and will apply them automatically - even if for future sessions in which you use the same question again.

Example

Categorize (single choice)

This question type is also known as matching/assigning.

Answer input

Students see a categorization table and must match to the appropriate column for each row. Each row always corresponds to exactly one column.

Evaluation

The answer is automatically evaluated. You only need to specify the correct answer when creating the question. You can add as many rows and columns as you want.

Example

Categorize/Matching (Multiple Choice)

This question type is also known as matching/assigning.

Answer input

Students see a categorization table and must match corresponding columns for each row (any number of columns can be selected for each row).

Evaluation

The answer will be evaluated automatically. You only need to specify the correct answer when creating the question. You can add as many rows and columns as you want.

Example

Sort

Answer input

Students see a list of randomly ordered items. Each item can be moved freely along the list so that the order is adjusted.

Evaluation

The answer is automatically evaluated. You must specify the correct sequence of elements when creating the question. Classtime will randomize the elements for each student individually. You can add as many elements as you want.

Example

Highlight text

Answer input

Participants see a text and have to highlight the correct words or sections of the text by clicking on them.

Evaluation

The answer is automatically evaluated. Partial points are possible here if several words or sections are to be highlighted.

Example

See also: Video

Hotspot

Reply input

Participants see a graphic. The task here is to click on a required section of the image and thereby mark it.

Evaluation

The answer is automatically evaluated. Partial points are possible if several image sections are to be marked.

Example

See also: Video

We are continuously working on new question types and evaluation methods. If you are looking for something specific, feel free to let us know: [email protected]. We look forward to your feedback!

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