Having a more friendly URL (SEO)!
For example, instead of "/lesson/lesson-one /" be "/name-course/lesson-one/".
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).252 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 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.60 votes
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.16 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.
Can Sensei do a very quick 'fix' and allow users to alter their answers after feedback from Teachers/Trainers? At present they have to either email or use the "contact teacher" button, but then the system still has their 'wrong' answers there. Should be easy fix?1 vote
Many questions have answers that are much better described using visuals like diagrams and images. Especially useful for science and medical based quizzes.1 vote
ability to display course catalog in columns. Also, the option to display title, short description, ratings, view button, and woocommerce add to cart button.1 vote
In the learners > lessons in this cours overview there should be a column next to Grade how many times a student took the quiz before he passed the quiz.1 vote
It would be great if the students don't have to learn lesson for lesson but could also skip a lesson without completing it.3 votes
I have a few extra tasks that students can do to earn MORE than 100% on their assignments, but Sensei won't allow me to enter more points than 100%.
I would like the option to turn that limit off.
Thank you!3 votes
When a multiple choice question is created with the question grade as 0 the user can simply skip the question. We would like the ability to create a 0 grade question, but make it required. At least one of the options must be selected.3 votes
This is something we'd really like to see in Sensei.
Our client is wanting to give automatic feedback feedback depending on which multiple choice question they choose. A,B,C, and D would all have different sentences, letting them know what they need to look at differently or the reason why this answer isn't acceptable.
It would be great if we could put these replies on the Edit Question page.3 votes
Automatically email a daily report of who completed what course/lesson, among other chosen analytics to teachers/administratrors.1 vote
The current Sensei Quiz puts the point value for the question directly at the end of the question:
Why is the sky Blue?1
This looks like a typo or a footnote.
It's an easy fix. Add a label before the Point value and put it above the question:
Points Awarded: 1
What is the color of the sky?
This would also incentivize students...more likely to answer to win points than just having a number there.5 votes
I would like to see Sensei to have the "teacher" have the ability to Save and Print the Graded Quiz for archiving and auditing purposes.6 votes
So the learner can see assessment result and analyze for their weakness.
English skills will breakdown into 4 categories
So after the learner finish the quiz they can see that which skill they are good/bad.1 vote
... or at least show currently assigned course in the module grid list.
Modules seem to loose their assigned course when you edit their slug or name using quick edit, and now i have to open each module individually to re-assign it.3 votes
It's currently quite a chore to add all the questions from a category to a quiz. An "Add all" button would be incredibly convenient.1 vote
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.
When a teacher does get an email about grading a quiz, he only name of the lesson in the email. Several of my teachers do have different courses and want to organise their email system.
So please do as the name of the course in the email sent to the teacher. And if possible in the subject line.
Peder Songedal3 votes
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