Create and Automate Your First Live Contest

Measuring the students ability or learning outcomes instantly is much easier with RankUpturn’s LIVE CONTEST. With RankUpturn, you can make your classroom more interesting and fun filled with the right content yet fulfilling well with the learning objectives. Live Contest is a simple automation tool that allow teachers to create instant live contests, collaborate with classroom of students, collect and validate the classroom responses automatically to measure and fill the learning gaps. Live contest can be of any learning activity which is similar to quizzes, mock test, examination, formative assessment or summative assessment format. It's a winner based contest. The winner and rank will be announced automatically based on the right answers and the time consumption. Create your first LIVE CONTEST and go live with your classroom of students to make your assessments more interesting and fun filled!.

How to Create and Collaborate with Live Contest?

  1. Go To Task Maker.
  2. Click on Create Activity.
  3. Choose Grade and Subject.
  4. Choose Live Contest.
  5. Type-in your Title of the Contest.
  6. Type-in or upload the Question or Objective.
  7. Select the Response Collection as Choose the Right Answer.
  8. Type-in or upload the Options for Answer.
  9. Set the Right Answer for system validation.
  10. Enter the Credit or Mark value for the Right and Wrong Answer.
  11. Add as many questions and/or objectives if required by following the above procedure.
  12. Choose the Ranking to measure the results.
  13. Schedule the Live Contest.
  14. Publish and Watch the students' Responses.
  15. The Winner and Ranking will be announced automatically based on the right answers and the time consumption at the end of Live Contest.
The Curious Ranking System
Except the winner, your score is private and only known to you and teacher only. It means, the winner of the live contest is known to the entire classroom, but the score of any other student in the classroom is known to a corresponding student and the teacher, not anybody else in the classroom unless it is revealed. Psychologically, it helps to prevent the inferiority complex between the students and motivates everyone in the classroom. This methodology is not only maintained with Live Contest alone, it has been followed wherever applicable to make your classroom scores more curious.
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