Unlock the power of real-time questions and see just how far your training can take you.

Relying on proven and effective1 formative training techniques, SkyPrep’s Knowledge Check module perfectly blends function and form: customized questions that appear while your learners are viewing content, all contained in a modern interface.

They Promote Learning and Advance Skills

By catching the learner’s attention and focusing it on the relevant information, studies2 have shown that knowledge checks can effectively reinforce the topics being covered. Even if a learner missed information within the content, real-time testing can ensure that they still walk away with the key points3.

They Can Be Customized

Our knowledge check builder lets you fully customize the questions to suit your training needs. Whether you want to test your learners’ factual knowledge or their understanding of work procedures, the customizable format and style lets you deliver training the way you want.

They Help Improve Training

Running reports on knowledge check performance can help you make data-driven decisions. By leveraging real-time data about the training content’s effectiveness, course designers are able to reiterate and refine it to better highlight what’s important4.

They Are Effective

Research has shown that knowledge check effectiveness is increased if the learner’s answer is immediately graded, elaborative feedback is given5, and a way to revisit the content is provided6. With the freedom to add custom feedback, to set when questions appear, and to allow learners to review content, you can be sure your knowledge checks are as effective as possible.

[1] Brackbill, Y., Bravos, A., & Starb, R. H. Delay improved retention of a difficult task. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55 (6) 947-952.

[2] Dufresne, R. J., Leonard, W. J., & Gerace, W. J. (2002). Making sense of students’ answers to multiple-choice questions. The Physics Teacher, 40, 174-180.

[3] Gagné, R. M. The conditions of learning. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston

[4] Kulhavy, R. W., & Stock, W. A. (1989). Feedback in written instruction: The place of response certitude. Educational Psychology Review, 1(4), 279 — 308.

[5] Lewis, D., Trail, T., Srinivasan, S., Lee, S. J. & Lopez, M. Knowledge check questions: Best practices for use of this instructional strategy

[6] Merrill, M.D. Correction and review on successive parts in learning a hierarchical task. Journal of Educational Psychology, 56(5) 226-234

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