TLTC ANGEL Adding and Managing Assessments
Create new assessment, or practice assessment.
With the Assessment link one can create a practice test or exam with the Course Content. There are many options in how you would like the assessment to be display.
- Under Course Content, click on the Add Content on the top left side of the page.
- Click on the Assessment(create a new assessment, practice test or exam) icon.
- Give your Assessment a Title and put the directions in the content box. You can alter the settings with the other tabs available. For more information see below. Click on the Save button.
- Select Add Question. A window will pop up that will allow you to add questions. Select the type of questions to be used. There many options that can be chosen from.
|Note: You can come back to the Assessment Editor at any time to edit the questions in the assessment. Simply click on the item from the Course Content page while in Administrator View.|
No matter the question type, the questions are built in a similar manner.
- Once you have clicked on Add Question, the Question Editor will open a new window where you can select the type of question to add.
- To begin, give your question a point value for the assessment.
- Enter the question in the Question Text box.
- If it is a Multiple Choice or Matching then proceed to give the answer choices in the boxes down below. Be sure you mark which ones are correct.
- Essays and Short Answer are manually graded and will not need an answer.
- Once you are done with your question, you may choose to Save the test as it is. Or you can Save and Create New questions for the assessment.
Different types of Questions
There are many different types of questions in ANGEL's Assessments. Try and pick the ones that convey the idea clearly and can be easily understood.
- Multiple Choice–Presents users with a question followed by a list of choices. One choice may be selected.
- Multiple Select–Presents users with a question followed by a list of choices. Multiple selections are allowed.
- True or False–Presents users with a statement which they must determine to be either true or false.
- Matching–Presents users with a list of items and definitions to be matched.
- Short Answer–Presents users with a question followed by a single line answer box. Responses must be manually graded.
- Essay–Presents users with a question followed by a multi-line answer box. Responses must be manually graded.
- Fill in the Blank–Presents a question as text and blank spaces where the user must enter the correct phrase for each blank space.
Create a new form or online survey.
- To make a survey go to the Course Content tab.
- Select the Add Content a the left top of the page.
- Click on the Survey (create a new form on the survey) icon.
- If during the process of setting up the survey there were no questions added, click back on the Course Content and select the survey you made.
- Click on the add question link. Then select the type of question you want the survey to be display.
|Note: Surveys are not anonymous by default. You will need to change the settings manually to make it anonymous.
Resetting Assessments for Students
There may be some students that will need to have exams reset for them in order to take them again. As most assessments are set to allow only one attempt, in order for a student to take an already submitted exam, they will need their original attempt removed. To do so:
- Log into the course in question and navigate to the assessment you wish to reset for the individual.
- Click on the assessment title to go into the assessment.
- Click on the Submissions link at the top of the window.
- Click on the View, Grade, or Delete Submissions link
- Click on the Delete button next to the student in question. It will ask you "Are you sure you want to delete this response from ...?". Click OK. You have no successfully removed the students previous attempt.
- The student should now be able to take the assessment again.
|Note: Keep in mind that you are removing an attempt. This attempt and its score will not be accessible by the instructor again.|