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Force to see correct answer!#112

Please please make it force kids to see the right answer when they’ve gotten a question wrong!!

a year ago
5

I’d also love to be able to hold the screen on that answer for a few seconds.

a year ago
4

Give the teacher the option to force students to view the correct answer… Similar to Quizlet Live - show the question and correct answer on the screen for a few seconds after a student gets it wrong. Too often they just skip past the option to view the answer and keep playing without taking the time to see what they got wrong, so they keep making the same mistake. If they had to stop play briefly when they got one wrong, they would have more incentive to figure out the correct answer to get it right next time. …Either automatically show it EVERY time they get it wrong, OR after they get the same question wrong two or three times.

a year ago
6

Yes, I too would to have a way to FORCE them to see the correct answer. As is stated above, though I have the OPTION for them to see the correct answer, for the sake of game play, everyone buzzes past it and no one learns from their mistakes.

a year ago
4

Please don’t give an option to see the correct answer! Middle school kids get excited and do not view the correct answer if they miss it…which makes it pointless to play.

a year ago
1

I want to force them to see it. So many times they get it wrong and just move on without seeing what the correct answer is… and then repeat the error.

a year ago
1

Yes, this is literally the only improvement I want, the kids constantly press next rather than checking the right answer. Please add this as a option the teacher can choose, it would really help their learning.

a year ago
1

Punishing them for finding out the answer by making them waste time is a terrible design as it is. Getting it wrong should show them the answer.

a year ago
2

Or the student can get another chance to answer the question for half the points (or 75% of the original credit), then be required to view the solution for 5 seconds.

4 months ago
1

That’s a good idea to further gamify the approach to reviewing incorrect answers. Another interesting premise would be having a sort of “review most frequently missed questions” minigame, similar to Speed Reviiew in Memrise, wherein students could focus on their most difficult words in order to earn a handsome, fake-money prize :)

4 months ago
1

I totally agree. Some people just skip viewing the correct answer and you’re supposed to learn from your mistakes.

4 months ago
2

and be able to have an explanation for the problem that shows up with the answer

2 months ago
1

Sure, but it should be an option for the host. If the host is a student making a game for their friends, then they can leave the option off, but if it’s a teacher, they can turn it on. So when you make the game, before you get the code, there is a screen that shows how much money the people playing get to start, the handicap amount, and at the bottom, there are two toggle buttons. One for “themes” on/off and the other is “clean powerups only” on/off. Maybe this could be a third toggle at the bottom “force to see correct answer” on/off? Because, sort of like what @Moonslicerツ said, the students would get annoyed if every time they have a game just for fun, then they answer incorrectly and they are forced to see the correct answer, they get frustrated and they dont want to play anymore.

2 months ago

@Ben Daver, please do not post rude comments because last time you did that your account got removed (@Ben Dover). that was for a reason!

a month ago

That’s sad… why do people try to stop collaboration/progress so often?

a month ago

i agree

a month ago
1