More Question Types
Hi, think there should be more Question Types Example:
Drag and drop into text
(A drag and drop question type where missing words have to be dragged into gaps in a paragraph of text.)
Drag and drop onto image
see on moodle.org plugins directory - question types!
thanks a lot
Sensei 1.3.0 includes a multitude of new question types.
Tim van Rooyen commented
we need matrix sorting please
Maher Hassan commented
Question Types Like Sorting Choice & Matrix Sorting Choice.
matt k. commented
This would be huge ! Crocodoc would be a awesome integration.
While you develop this, this plugin might help: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-pro-quiz/
Maybe integrating with Gravity forms Quiz http://www.gravityhelp.com/gravity-forms-quiz-add-on-v1-0-beta-1-released Gravity forms has a bunch of different kinds of Question fields
The ability to collect information as a mandatory step before being able to complete a lesson would be helpful. This might sit best within the quiz area, although it might then cause problems for implementations needing both the information collection and the quiz functionality.
I bought sensei just because I support woocommerce. I must say that this product is newbie (but much more expensive) when compared to learndash. I really hope sensei start pulling up their socks.
I have a client who needs this in 30 days. If this were available, I'd lock in with Sensei - otherwise, I'll need to find something else. So YES! +1 to essays & feedback.
Agree! This would be a killer feature! Also agree with Eni and Allen.
Should be integrated with the option to choose to "show to teacher only", or "show to all other students in the same course", or "show to all public". This way, the student can decide what level of privacy they want.
Also let the student who posted decide if they want comment/feedback from teacher only or from students.
I'd add to this an interface to to review responses (essays, images, etc.) by both the teacher/student en masse. This would allow significantly more functionality than just testing. It could be used for logging ideas, polls, and messaging between many end users (students) and the teacher.
Many people need the ability to communicate with end users, readers, etc. without resorting to the mess that is email. Being able to answer simple questions via text box and have that all organized in one place would be very powerful.