WIRIS math & science is a family of tools for teaching and learning mathematics and STEM related topics such as chemistry or physics.
WIRIS solutions are available as Moodle Plugins so they integrate seamlessly in your Moodle site. Improve the usability of the platform for your faculty members and students. Increase the usage of your LMS platform among STEM related topics.
Easier content authoring for math and scientific related content. Enhanced math assessment including automated grading, handwritten answers in mobile devices and much more.
WIRIS EDITOR is a visual editor (WYSIWYG) that allows inserting mathematical and chemical formulas in Moodle. Recently boosted with handwriting math as an input method.
WIRIS QUIZZES a bunch of new question types for Moodle. Open answers in your math questions with automated grading are now possible. And for those who are looking for the next level, work with random parameters inside your questions.
WIRIS is well known and used by many Universities and Institutions worldwide.
WIRIS — the math piece for Moodle—.
WIRIS is a suite of mathematical solutions created to enhance the learning experience on math for students and also to power the creation of math content for teachers.
In this session, we will see how WIRIS work along with institutions, schools and teachers to improve math courses with:
WIRIS editor: Sophisticated Math Toolbar with handwriting and accessibility features.
WIRIS quizzes: Great Math questions with open answers, automated assessment and random parameters.
So pay attention, and “May the math be with you”
WIRIS QUIZZES — Creating a great math question in Moodle —.
Do you think you can do more with your Moodle math questions?
The answer is yes, actually you can, you only need the right plugin.
In this session, we will learn how to use WIRIS QUIZZES to empower your math questions with:
- Open answers
- Random variables (such as polynomials, matrices, plots…)
- Automatic evaluation of the answers
- Graphical representations in 2D and 3D
- Students have a formula editor to introduce their answer
Get ready to see, how better math assessment could be.