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The journal activity in Moodle gives students a private space to respond to a prompt—the work students submit is visible only to the instructor. Instructors can either limit the availability of a journal entry or leave it open so that the student can add to it indefinitely. While it is open, students can continuously edit or add to their entry. To Submit a Journal...
Article Id: 20284
Category: Activities & Resources

The Moodle Lesson activity allows you to deliver content and practice activities in interactive and flexible ways. A lesson can consist of a linear set of content and question pages that guides the student down a specific learning path, and can include text, images, embedded video, and hyperlinks. Lesson pages can also present a scenario that branches depending on the the student’s...
Article Id: 20086
Category: Activities & Resources

Instructors must manually grade some question types in an activity. For example, essay questions cannot be auto-graded by Moodle and require a grader to input a grade. Manual grading is also an opportunity to provide timely and helpful feedback to students using the feedback area on the grading screen. To Manually Grade a Quiz Question: ...
Article Id: 20208
Category: Activities & Resources

Description The Moodle Quiz activity allows you to design and build quizzes or exams consisting of a large variety of question types, including multiple-choice, true-false, short answer and drag and drop. Quizzes...
Article Id: 20185
Category: Activities & Resources

Quiz categories are very useful to organize quizzes for future use. Best practices dictate that in the process of making a quiz, the user makes categories first, the questions next, and the quiz activity last. This helps the user stay organized and reduces confusion in the process. You can create sub-categories, as well. For example: Module 1 Quiz M1...
Article Id: 20346
Category: Activities & Resources

General Information There are several different types of quiz questions that can be used in Moodle. When creating questions, a box like the one below will appear. The dialog box gives a brief description of each type of question when it is selected; they are also provided below. Click on the hyperlinks for further explanation on how each type of quiz...
Article Id: 20321
Category: Activities & Resources

Calculated questions offer a way to create individual numerical questions by the use of wildcards (i.e you can use common variables names as x , y enclosed in curly braces to create the wildcards ( {x} and {y} ) that are substituted with random values when the quiz is taken. For example, if you want...
Article Id: 20327
Category: Activities & Resources

Calculated multichoice questions are like multichoice questions with the additional property that the elements to select can include formula results from numeric values that are selected randomly from a set when the quiz is taken. They use the same wildcards as Calculated questions and their wildcards can be shared with other Calculated multichoice or regular Calculated questions. ...
Article Id: 20328
Category: Activities & Resources

Simple calculated questions offer a way to create individual numerical questions whose response is the result of a numerical formula which contain variable numerical values by the use of wildcards (i.e {x} , {y} ) that are substituted with random values when the quiz is taken. The simple calculated questions offers the most used features of the...
Article Id: 20329
Category: Activities & Resources

A Description question page simply shows some text (and possibly graphics) without requiring an answer. It is more of a label than a question type, and can be used to provide instructions, rubrics, graphics, or other content. Note that these questions are not really questions so they are ignored when adding random questions from a category.
Article Id: 20337
Category: Activities & Resources