Add 'questions', multiple choice (MCQ) or free text, into a node to reinforce a player's understanding.
You can provide feedback on each particular choice as well as a general comment when the questions are marked.
MCQ scores can be added to a counter for adaptive feedback upon completion of the case.
|1||Having clicked the 'Question' button you are presented with the default view.
|2||Select your 'Question Type' from either 'Single Select' (1 answer) or 'Multiple Select' (more than 1 answer).
Enter your question text.
|3||Add the possible answers and 'check' the correct choice (radio buttons or check boxes depending on question type).
If you have more than 2 possible answers click 'Add Choice' for more answers.
You can remove choices by clicking the red dustbin icon.
|4||You can add feedback to each possible choice.
Click the blue speech bubble icon to the right of each answer and provide a quick comment.
|4||Adding 'Question Feedback' again is optional.
Note: this comment will be displayed regardless whether the question is answered correctly.
|4||Finally, you assign the score from this question to a counter value.
In our example we have selected 'MCQ Score'
|4||This is the view in the UChoose Player having successfully answered the question.
You can ask players to provide free text answers to your questions which are then saved to UChoose and can be reviewed later in a feedback session.
A model answer can be presented upon submission allowing players to reflect on their work.
|1||Having clicked the 'Question' button select 'Free Text' from the dropdown list.
Enter your question text and supply a 'model' answer in the 'Feedback' field.
Click 'OK' to close the question editor and once again to close the resource editor.
|2||Previewing the node we can see the question presented for the player to enter their answer and click 'Submit'.|
|3||Upon submission the 'model' answer is presented to the player.|
|4||The player's answer along with the model answer are automatically presented in the feedback session.|
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