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
OK, if we could also make it so that ONLY the explanations / notes associated with the wrong answers are shown, as opposed to everywhere (even for correct answers). Again, always as an option - as you say, everybody uses it in a different way. thanks
I would support but only if it's an option in Sensei. I wouldn't like to change the way we currently operate. That said, when a student passes (for us, 80%) but hasn't achieved 100% then it's great to show what the right answers were.
Agree. Moodle has excellent functionality that can easily be copied. Use a standard template for import. Moodle can somehow even do this via Word! To create an entire course with say 30 modules, 29 quizzes, one final exam, in Sensei takes way too long manually. Good idea to have course-wide setting for quiz percentage, marks and random yes/no for example, that you could always override if and where needed. Please note that a quiz import should be into the questions database, but that you should be able to flag the relevant course ID and the relevant lesson ID in the quiz details - so that when it imports it imports not just the questions but also in the appropriate lessons right away. As I said, Moodle can do all this and that's where I'd get my inspiration from (Sensei team). Thanks!MC supported this idea ·
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We have published a blog post which demonstrated how you can achieve this using the Groups plugin – http://www.woothemes.com/2014/02/creating-a-tiered-membership-site-with-sensei-and-groups
Isn't this already possible? I thought there was a subscription plugin where you could do this?
Doesn't Get Response already work with Woocommerce? I am on Aweber and considering GR, but won't make the move if it's not supported.