How to Ask and Grade Target Questions in iClicker Cloud

Document created by Digital Support on May 19, 2017Last modified by Digital Support on Mar 30, 2018
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Students using iClicker Reef on mobile devices or laptops (not iClicker remotes) can participate in Target Questions. This question type sends an image to students, and students answer by clicking or tapping the correct location on the image. Target questions are ideal in disciplines where visual understanding is required including medical, engineering, geography, and more.

Select Target from the polling toolbar

After signing-in to iClicker Cloud and starting a polling session, select Target from the dropdown menu of the polling toolbar. Then click the Start button.

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Students get an image of the question 

An image of your screen will be sent to your students. To answer, students to tap or click where they believe the answer is, then Send the answer. They will receive an "Answer Received" message after submitting.

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Grading Target Questions

You can grade Target Questions during the polling session by viewing the results, or after the session is over in your Session History.

Click anywhere on the image of your question to switch it into Grading Mode. Drag a selection marque to define the area for a correct response. The area will appear with a green shade inside and all responses inside the area will turn green while responses outside the area will turn red. You can use the corner handles to resize the selection, click and drag to move the selection, or click outside the selection to make it disappear. Click Save to set the correct area and return to the Results window.

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When graded, the table below the Target image summarizes the number of correct and incorrect responses.

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How students view a graded Target Question

Students are also able to view the graded response. They will see a dot on their screen where they submitted their answer.

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