Steps to set randomization options for the test questions in a Learning Object.
Use Images as Answer Options in Test Questions
By default, each test question has a weight of 10 points.
This weight (points) is used to calculate the learner's score as a percentage to determine the test score which is sent to the LMS (in the case of a SCORM, AICC or xAPI package).
You can set custom Weighting for individual test questions according to the level of importance you determine the question should have in the overall marking scheme.
Note: If you set a custom weight for a question, it’s a good idea to let learners know so ...
Introduction to building assessments. This video walks thru 3 assessment scenarios.
The first scenario is the most common: One Module, One Learning Object, Content Pages, Post Test Questions.
The 2nd scenario shows how multiple Learning Objects "pool" the Learning Object questions together to generate the test at the end of the module.
The 3rd scenario show you how to turn on the pre-Test function and why you might want to add another Module before your module with the pre/post test.
Hello, I am having some problems setting up test questions to function the way I want them to in Claro. Here is what my client wants:
The learner answers all questions in the test. There should be no feedback. Just select an answer, click Submit and move to the next question. At the end, if the passing score is achieved, the correct answers for all questions can be shown. The learner is given two attempts to pass. If they fail the first one, they can go back and take it again. If they fail ag...
Is there a way to alter the default menu options?
I.e. I'd like to remove the glossary and resource options from the menu.
In this microlearning course the learner must complete the learning within each short lesson in order to provide a structured path for the learner through the scaffolded lessons. And after completing the lesson, their understanding is assessed by a set of test questions. Built in Flow, the microlearning course can be taken on any device or screen – whatever best suits the learner’s needs.
Software Simulation questions let you use a Capture file as part of a project test or to tie into the additional options for Practice questions