Skip commenting on accuracy and repeating the question and answer text. For example, you don’t need to include phrases like “that’s incorrect” or “not quite” in your feedback. Being correct isn’t just about accuracy, it’s also about proficiency. The OttoLearn system will consider this in the feedback it provides. 

When a learner answers an Activity, they are shown if they were right or wrong and can see the question, answers, and their proficiency.

GIF showing feedback being displayed to a learner in the learner app. The question appears at the top of the screen, followed by three tabs: Result, All Answers, and Performance.