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In this step, you will learn how to create an exercise.
Definition of an exercise
An exercise is the part of an assignment, in which you can explain what is expected from the student. An exercise consists of a header, questions and/or content.
Read more about an exercise here
In the previous step, you learnt how to create a digital test. After completing these steps, you will be brought to the exercises tab of your digital test. You can create an exercise by clicking on New exercise.
A dialogue will pop up in which you can fill in the name of the exercise. When you’re satisfied with the name you’ve chosen, click Save.
You may now add content or questions to your newly-created exercise.
Definition of content and questions
An exercise consists of questions and content. Within content, you can provide any preliminary explanation or context you wish for the student to know before they start answering the question(s). Within questions, you describe the problem(s) which students solve.
Get an overview of all content types ; Get an overview of all question types
You can add content by clicking on New description. A dialogue will open in which you must choose the content type. Click Save.
You can add questions by clicking on New question. A dialogue will open in which you must choose a question type. Choose the question type and click Save. You can find more information about the different question types here.
You can change the order of content and questions by dragging and dropping them to the preferred positions. If you want to make changes to an existing question, you can click on the more_horiz-icon and click on Edit.
If you want to change the order of the exercises, click Flow in the menu at the top. Drag and drop the flow-groups until they are in the preferred positions. Flow can be used to make unique tests per student by randomly picking questions from a question group. Read more about it here.