I recently came across this tweet which makes very innovative use of pictures to ask a multiple choice question. After some experimentation I made this quiz yesterday

So far, the tweet has received 2,568 impressions and 741 engagements, which is twitter-speak for number of people who saw the tweet and clicked on it, respectively. This is in large parts

The question is taken straight from my teaching material and 741 is far more students that I reach in a year of teaching at the University of Copenhagen. Did I just teach my first (Nano)MOCC?

Anyway, since I use peer instruction in all my courses I have tons more questions so this won't be the last #twitterquiz I post.

If you would like to make your own #twitterquiz you can find the images here.

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— Jan Jensen (@janhjensen) May 14, 2015
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So far, the tweet has received 2,568 impressions and 741 engagements, which is twitter-speak for number of people who saw the tweet and clicked on it, respectively. This is in large parts

**thanks to**retweets by RealTimeChem, A-Level Chemistry and EiC, each with several thousand followers.The question is taken straight from my teaching material and 741 is far more students that I reach in a year of teaching at the University of Copenhagen. Did I just teach my first (Nano)MOCC?

Anyway, since I use peer instruction in all my courses I have tons more questions so this won't be the last #twitterquiz I post.

If you would like to make your own #twitterquiz you can find the images here.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0