In Claro, there are two categories for Questions: Practice Questions and Test Questions.
Since these questions are for practice purposes only, they are not graded and may be set to accept multiple attempts.
On the Questions tab of the authoring tool ribbon, you will find several options available specifically for Practice Questions:
- Disable Next: On by default, this option disables the Next button so the learner must make a selection and click Submit.
- Disable Previous: On by default, this option disables the Previous button so the learner must make a selection and click Submit.
- Enable navigation at end: On by default, this option enables the Next and Previous button at the end.
- Show correct at end: On by default, this option shows the correct selections and provides feedback at the end (after the correct choices are made OR after the number of “Try Agains” is exhausted).
- Show try again: On by default, this option allows the learner to try the practice exercise again if an incorrect selection is made.
- Attempts: The default is 1. This option sets the number of try again attempts a learner can make.
You can add a bank of questions to any Learning Object. In each Learning Object you can set the properties present all the questions (in order or shuffled) or use Claro’s randomization feature to randomly select the questions to be presented to each learner (see Test features and changing settings for more information.) Keep in mind ALL test questions are presented at the end of the module based on the settings for each learning object.
Both Practice and Test Questions are shown on the stage, and can be edited for layout. You can drag any question element to a new location on the page, resize elements and restyle text as needed, and add various types of media and actions (click here for more information on how Actions differ between Practice and Test Questions.
You can also add various types of Feedback to be presented to your learner upon submission (see the Difference Between Question Feedback and Choice Feedback for more information).
Below you will find basic instructions for adding a question in Claro. For more in-depth instructions, please see the specific question type: Drag and Drop, Fill in the Blanks, Multiple Choice, Multiple Pulldowns, Short Answer, and True or False.
To add a question:
- From the Course Panel select the Learning Object where you want to place your question.
- From the Home tab select the downward arrow of the Question button (for Test Questions) or of the Practice button (for Practice Questions).
- Select the question type and layout you want to add.
- Fill out all of the fields in the Edit Question Properties panel that opens on the right-side of the workspace.
- Select Save when you’re done.
See the topic Test Questions for more information and specifics about each question type.