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Product Design & Testing / Re: Quizzes List Design
« on: November 21, 2014, 04:49:22 PM »
I would like to see the option of assigning values 1, 2 , or 3  points for a question. This could be used as a rubric.
Say at the end of a multiple choice test, I have 3-5 fill-in questions. These questions could be worth 1-3 points. I would grade these myself and fill in the scores on the student answer sheet bubbling in the dot matching the points earned for each question. Then when I scan the answer sheet...all the data is in there.

Also being a math teacher...I am using common core standards. If there was an easy way to indicate what objective each question matched up with would be nice. Reporting data based on these common core objectives would also be helpful.


Product Design & Testing / Re: Crowd source the new Quick Key Scanner
« on: November 21, 2014, 04:33:59 PM »
I have noticed...scanning accuracy greatly improved when the answer sheet is has nothing printed on the back of it.
I also noticed that, occasionally it will register a blank answer when in fact the student has just gone outside the lines when coloring in the circle.
A suggestion that I would make is this.  Could there be an option when viewing a student's test answers, to make changes on it, coloring in any blank answers.
This would save me from having to delete the file and rescan or enter the answers manually...when maybe only one or two questions registered as blank, for what ever reason....glare or whatever.


Help and Assistance / Re: Scanning 'blank answers'
« on: September 06, 2014, 03:59:09 PM »
lighting is key. You do not want shadows...but you do not want bright light reflecting off the graphite.

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