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Hot Question can be used to better understand topics that a group collectively want to know more about. You ask participants to submit questions, or responses to a prompt, for example a recorded lecture, a topical issue, readings, revision class etc. Participants can then submit questions related to that topic, which appear in an ordered list (newest questions appear first). Participants then 'rate' other's questions by clicking a Thumbs Up icon - this gives the question / response heat. The more votes, the hotter the question and the higher up the list it will appear.

This means teachers of large classes can address the top (5 or 10?) questions, knowing they are addressing the majority of the class's concerns. Other questions lower down the list might be discussed with a discussion forum, or summarised by the teacher.


To use

Login and navigate to your Moodle course. Turn editing on Go to the topic you would like to add the Hot Question to, then from the Add an activity drop down select Hot Question. Give the activity a name then click Save and display. Add your question here and click Post.

How can staff see who voted on questions?

This information can be found in that Hot Question's logs (Navigation block> Reports).

Ideas for usage

Take the questions are create a Wordle that will show repeated words in larger text. Ask questions on a Lecturecast recording, polling the questions asked and answering them in the next session Gather feedback during a session on certain aspects and with students rating the most important Establish an open-approach to asking questions, promoting students to considering other people's questions in lieu of their own