When you open a JazzQuiz activity as teacher, you can start a session, from the view tab which is default. If you are going to use only improvised questions, there is no need to edit the quiz.
Students may still join after the quiz has started, but it is good if everyone feel that they are ready when the quiz starts.
When the quiz starts, you will have 4 options. Their functionality is as described below:
Opens a dropdown menu where you may select an improvised question to start.
Opens a popup window where you may jump to any question in the quiz.
Starts the next question in the quiz. In this case, the first question.
Shows the results in fullscreen. Optimised for viewing with a projector. When a question is ongoing, the results will not appear. This is to avoid students copying answers. The results will be visible once the question is over.
While a question is ongoing, you will have 3 options. Their functionality is as described below:
Ends the currently active question.
Show or hide the responses.
This is when the instructor has the most control.
Reviewing the answers, the teacher can prune the answer set in two ways.
All of these control buttons are activated:
Start the previously asked question again.
Initiate a vote where students will be presented with the responses you have selected. Dimmed answers are excluded from the vote, and merged ones will count as one.
Updates the responses. To make sure no answer was left behind.
Shows or hides the correct answer for the question.
After you have selected the options, click on Vote to start the voting process.
While voting is ongoing, the following buttons are activated:
Ends the vote, and shows you the final results.