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PeerWise supports these learning types (see definitions):


PeerWise enables the co-creation of MCQs, promoting collaboration and higher order thinking. Students answer, create and share multiple-choice questions with the class. Core concepts are reinforced through practise as they answer questions relating to their subject. Then they apply their knowledge through creating questions for others.

PeerWise motivates engagement through several social elements, including peer feedback, ratings, badges, following others, and a leaderboard for the top contributors.

How-to guides

Request an instructor account

Teachers who are new to PeerWise can request an instructor account. This will send a confirmation email to complete your request.

When your account has been approved, log in by selecting your institution name from the Welcome screen. The ability to create a repository for your course will become available.


Subject-specific example questions provide a preview of the student interface.

Page added 12/09/2022

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