Qwizcards lets you easily create online quizzes and flashcard decks, either as a WordPress plugin, or using the online wizard. Try these examples to see what you can do!
[qwiz style=”width: 450px;”][h] Sample: Biology quiz
[fx] No. The centrosome is the “microtubule organizing center” for the spindle fibers
[fx] No. The chromosome is two strands of DNA held together at their centers by the “centromere”
[fx] No. The nuclear membrane disappears during cell division
[fx] No. The spindle fibers pull the chromosomes to each side of the dividing cell
[f*] Very good!
[q] To what structure in this eukaryote cell is the number 2 pointing?
See more at learn-biology.com
[qdeck style=”width: 440px;”]
[h] Sample: Language flashcards
[q]Make a first conditional: It’s possible I won’t be too tired and then I’ll see you at John’s later.
If I’m not too tired, I’ll see you at John’s later.
[q]Make a second conditional: I’m not a politician and so I won’t change things.
If I was a politician, I’d change things.
See more at Perfect English Grammar Plus
New, February 2023. Automatic student registration via WordPress “user role.” See Progress recording, section 5, “Automatic registration/login,” or, in WordPress, go to Dashboard > Settings > Qwizcards.
New, December 2022. Bonus widget: pop-up periodic table. More info. Also: flashcards option to randomize whether the front or the back of each card is shown first.
Also be sure to note: “tiled” flashcards (see Matching game flashcards) and “hangman labeled diagrams” (pop-up example). More info.
Note on WordPress “Block Editor” (Gutenberg): To create a new quiz or flashcard deck with the Qwizcards Wizard, start a Classic paragraph or block (type /classic and click on “Classic Paragraph”:
It should then look something like this:
Click the icon. (You may first have to click the “Toolbar Toggle” icon — the Q icon is in the second row.)
Demos: using the WordPress Block Editor to create a flashcard deck and save it as a dataset, and to use the dataset in a different flashcard deck.
Qwizcards has a number of options for interactive images. You can define active areas of an image with hover and/or click responses. This first example is “info only” – it shows additional info when you hover on a hotspot area. Give it a try!
[h] Yosemite Valley info – hover on points of interest
[q hotspot_user_interaction=”info_only” hotspot_labels_stick=”hover_show”]