After Chris Aviles introduced me to the Impossible to Fail Quiz at EdCamp New Jersey, I liked it so much I used it with my students and created a tutorial to show other teachers how to make it. This quiz is a great strategy to deliver precise remediation to students who need multiple opportunities to learn. However, since I published that blog post, Google has since changed Google Forms. So here is my updated tutorial.
Start by opening Google Drive and creating a new Google Form:
Follow the pattern of adding a section and a question for as many questions as you want. I recommend keeping it short. I like five questions.
Now add the magic of the Impossible to Fail Quiz: videos! Wrong answers will direct students a video that reviews the concept addressed by the question. I use Screencastify to make videos with my Chromebook. SnagIt works too, but I prefer Screencastify. Making your own screencast videos is great, but you can use any video on YouTube if you prefer. Keep the video short so students watch and quickly return to the question. To add videos to the quiz:
Add a video corresponding to each of your questions in the order of the questions. The second video should help students answer the second question and so on.
Now return to your multiple choice questions. You have to tinker with them so that correct answers advance to the next question and incorrect answers advance to the videos.
Do this for each question.
This is what students will see after they correctly answer the final question:
Take care of one last detail on each of the video pages and you have an Impossible to Fail Quiz ready to go!
With that, the Impossible to Fail Quiz is ready to go. Take the Google Classroom Impossible to Fail Quiz designed in this tutorial to acquaint yourself with the student user experience.
If you have any questions, please comment below or tweet me at @edtechtom. Thank you for reading!