New Feature to Matching Items Allows Teachers to have more Responses than Premises
Matching items allow teachers to efficiently discover whether students know a large amount of content. When creating matching items, it is best to have more responses (the list on the right) than premises (the list on the left). When the number of responses and premises are identical, students may be able to correctly guess their way to the remaining responses, thus reducing the validity of teacher’s inference about what a student knows.
To create more responses than premises, simply enter more responses (in the right column) than premises (in the left column).
When students respond to the question, they will see all the responses that they have to select from for each premise. It’s as simple as that.