Looking for a script to allow school pupils to answer multiple choice questions from a PC and to be monitored live from the teacher's PC which can also show incoming answers live.
1) Teacher gives the session a name.
2) Pupils go to a web page on their mobile phone.
- The page says "Connected. Please wait. Click here when told to do ao by your teacher"
- The next page asks for the session name and the pupils name before leading to a page which says "standby for question 1"
- The pupils names are displayed on a separate page accessed by the teacher using the session name so that the teacher can see who has registered.
3) The teacher (verbally) asks the first question and tells the pupils to proceed to the answer screen on their mobile. Pupils tap either "A" "B" "C" or "D" going to a page which says "Thank you. Standby for question 2”
The teacher's screen refreshes every 15 seconds, showing a list of "Pupils not yet answered" and four numbers showing the amount of pupils who have opted for each answer A B C and D.
4) The teacher clicks the correct letter. It will display the names of pupils who have selected it and allocated them a point.
5) The teacher moves on to the next question and step 3) is repeated.
6) At any time the teacher should be able to select "leader board" which displays the 5 pupils with the most questions correct (more if they have the same scores).
7) When the game is over, the teacher can delete the session.
IMPORTANT: As pupils are using their mobile internet to answer the questions, the content of their pages should be minimalistic - to incur minimal data charges.