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Quiz Making Activities Using the Multi-Mouse Quiz System in an Elementary School

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IJDET Volume 11, Number 4, ISSN 1539-3100 Publisher: IGI Global


The Multi-Mouse Quiz System is an application used to treat quizzes in a classroom or other learning environment. The system comprises the Multi Mouse Quiz (MMQ) and MMQEditor. The MMQ is an application of Single Display Groupware (SDG), which enables multiple users to answer quizzes by connecting several mice to an ordinary computer. The MMQEditor is a personal computers (PCs) application designed to edit quizzes for MMQ. In this paper, the authors describe the activities of using MMQ and MMQEditor in an elementary school. Sixth grade children were asked to design quizzes using MMQEditor and then evaluate them mutually using MMQ. The results of the activities showed that the combination of MMQEditor and MMQ helped engage the children in the activities, the children easily operated MMQEditor, and learning was encouraged and deepened through the mutual evaluation of created quizzes.


Zhou, J., Mori, M., Ueda, H. & Kita, H. (2013). Quiz Making Activities Using the Multi-Mouse Quiz System in an Elementary School. International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, 11(4), 45-62. IGI Global. Retrieved January 24, 2020 from .

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