What Question Types are Available in Kiddom?
We know how important it is to give teachers the flexibility to allow students to show learning in different ways. This is why Kiddom gives teachers the ability to change the type of question so students can still show their mastery.
To change a question type on an assignable activity, you'll need to first create a personalized version. Click here to learn more about personalizing content in Kiddom. Once you've created your personalized version, you can begin to edit it. Locate the question you'd like to edit and click on the current question type. This will expand to display all the question types, organized by auto-gradable and manually graded types. Auto-gradable means Kiddom can automatically grade the question as long as the correct answers are selected, while manually graded means the teacher will need to grade the question. Click here to learn more about grading in Kiddom.
Click on the feature below to see how you can use Kiddom to support your class!
- Multiple Choice
- Multiple Select
- Fill in the Blank
- Fill in the Blank with Drag and Drop
- Short Answer
Auto-Gradable Question Types:
This allows students to pick one correct answer out of a few choices. This is a great way to check for understanding in assignments, assessments, and more. This is auto-graded!
Students are able to pick multiple correct answers out of a few choices. This is a great way to check for understanding in assignments, assessments, and more. This is auto-graded!
Fill in the Blank
Students can fill in blanks that you designate in texts. This is auto-graded! Click here and view the video below to learn more about Fill in the Blank question types.
Fill in the Blank with Drag & Drop
Students can drag and drop answers from an item bank into blank spaces in a passage. This is auto-graded!
Students can drag and drop cards to put them in the right order. This is auto-graded! Click here and view the video below to learn more about Ordering question types.
Students can drag and drop cards to their matching statements. There can only be one correct answer per statement, but you can use answers more than once. This is auto-graded! Click here and view the video below to learn more about Matching question types.
These questions allow you to set up categories for your students to sort items into. This is great for boosting student engagement and to check for understanding. This is auto-graded! Click here and view the video below to learn more about Categorizing question types.
Students can drag and drop items from an item bank into different groups of their choosing. This can be auto-graded!
Students will have a text field to enter their response and have easy access to MathType. This can be auto-graded!
Manually Graded Question Types:
Students are able to write out their answers.
Students can press the record button to begin recording right in Kiddom as long as they have a camera on their device. Students can also upload a video from their device. Video response is great for projects, debates, lower elementary students, and students with accommodations. This is also a great tool for students to record themselves in small group or partner work (for all grade levels)!
Audio response lets students respond verbally rather than in writing! Students will be able to use their microphone on their device, click record and produce the recording right in Kiddom. Additionally, students can upload an audio file if desired. This is great for lower elementary students, and is also a great tool for students to record themselves in small group or partner work (for all grade levels)!
The drawing tool can be used when students need to complete an answer by drawing, labeling, or graphing. Students can use a marker tool to draw by hand. They can also add text using the text tool or use the image button to upload an image from a file! Click here and view the video below to learn more about Drawing question types.
Teachers can use a pre-filled answer to provide sentence stems for student responses.
Students are able to respond to the question by uploading files from their device or Google Drive. This is great for projects!