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Do you think that asking one question in the quiz is a sufficient QA check

asked 2016-12-09 17:51:40 -0600

When using techniques such as a quiz or knowledge review as a means of assessing whether a learner has a sufficient grasp of a topic (i.e. quality assurance), it's generally believed that you need a minimum number of questions (depending on the number of key learning outcomes covered) to have reasonable confidence that the learner has grasped the underpinning knowledge.

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answered 2016-12-14 11:41:36 -0600

We introduced the quiz element of the training to offer a knowledge check, but at the same time we didn't want to make the trainings into something so intimidating or onerous that students didn't actually take them. We think we've struck a good balance by focusing on the one or two most important elements of a section. As with the rest of the trainings, it's something we'll continue to look at as we receive feedback from instructors and the Wikipedia community.

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