Once the test is taken it's nice to see the percent correct, but there's no feedback for which questions are wrong. Unless, I'm not seeing this in the examples, it would be very frustrating if a 100% is required to pass (i.e. a homework assignment).244 votes
The Sensei team has been discussing how we can improve the quiz experience for students. We’ve come up with a first draft that enables showing the correct answers, as well as providing feedback for both correct and incorrect answers.
It’s important to note that this is very rough and is not representative of what the final solution will look like. This is just a starting point to get the discussion going and begin to co-create a solution with everyone who has an interest in this functionality.
To that end, here’s a link to the mock-up. You can leave feedback by clicking the “Leave Feedback” button – https://app.evrybo.com/share/project/12489/135181/oRxY05LKo1HAqAiKG1HT
I have multiple classes, Period 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. I really need to be able to see the analytics for just a specific class at times. I also need to be able to see how long a student is actually spending reading a course and taking a quiz so I know if the student is actually trying and not just going straight to the test. It will help to give me a better understanding of what might be going wrong. I also think some charts or something would be nice.50 votes
I have tons of courses, lessons and quizzes I want to add and the wordpress dashboard is not very friendly to inputting large amounts of data at once because of its segmented back end. This would really help user workflow and setup for a website looking to migrate to your system.42 votes
It'd be great to be able to create matching exercises (two columns, same number of items, one to one relationship) using Sensei.35 votes
Definitely something we’d like to add. No timeline at this stage.
I find myself unsatisfied with Sensei plugin when I discovered how limiting the ability to theme the content output actually is. It is EXTREMELY difficult, even when using action hooks and filters, to modify what content Sensei displays. For example, you can't specify if you want an excerpt or the full content displayed for lessons on a single course archive page. This is particularly true when it comes to using extensions, such as Modules; in that situation you can only show a simple link. The content is physically in a database and accessible, so please let developers extend capabilities by accessing that data.
I find myself unsatisfied with Sensei plugin when I discovered how limiting the ability to theme the content output actually is. It is EXTREMELY difficult, even when using action hooks and filters, to modify what content Sensei displays. For example, you can't specify if you want an excerpt or the full content displayed for lessons on a single course archive page. This is particularly true when it comes to using extensions, such as Modules; in that situation you can only show a simple link. The content is physically in a database and accessible, so please let developers extend capabilities by…32 votes
Hi, my first course in Sensei got 54 lessons, and to go individually setting the quiz percentage is almost maddening.
Please make settings for mass edit:
- Quiz percentage global site or course
- Mass create lessons (excel table import or something)
- Mass create quizzes (excel table import or something)
- Any other mass operations25 votes
Currently the quiz loads on it's own page, but I think it would be handy to at least have the option for the quiz to be loaded on the content page. Especially if students require another review of the content to answer the question. (saves them having to navigate backwards).23 votes
This is something we are looking into for a future release.
Users should be able to purchase individual lessons within courses in addition to the entire course.
Users should be able to purchase individual lessons within courses in addition to the entire course.15 votes
For this kind of functionality, it’s easiest to set up a “free” course with a lesson or two, and to then set up a course that is paid, should the customer want to learn more. http://codeschool.com/ is a great reference for this.
We’ll look further into this.
I really happy you added the Auto Answer Feedback, but I'm not using it since I need to types of feedback:
One if the answer is correct, and one is the answer the student gave is not correct.
Using this approach, I can really give the feedback the student needs and sent him or her back to a specific lesson..
I'm now using SlickQuiz, but love to transfer it all to Sensei
Thanks Laura. We considered this option, but decided to keep it simple to start with. If there’s high demand for two different feedback fields, we can certainly add it in future.
It would be great if you customize the content that it shown when lessons/courses are complated.
e.g. if you complete lesson x you get a message congratulating that is relevent to the contents of lesson x
eg. if you complete course x, you get a message congratulating you (that is relevant to course x)
If for one would like to be able to add relevant calls to action, ads or affiliate links at the end of each lesson/course.10 votes
We’re looking at adding a screen after completing a lesson/course. This screen would display a message as well as be customisable per-lesson/course via a WordPress filter.
Currently, you can only organize Lessons within a Module and not transfer them between Modules. It would be a huge improvement to allow the drag and drop of Lessons wherever you want them in this window. Also, Modules do not appear here unless there is already a Lesson assigned to them. All Modules should appear whether or not they have a Lesson assigned to enable easy drag and drop.7 votes
I actually thought you could already do this and was surprised to find that it’s not possible. I’ve added it as an issue for our developers to look into for a future update.
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