WPEP Assessments

WPEP enables you to add Powerful Assessments to your Courses and Quizz your Students. The Testing Environment Builder gives you full control over the Design of the Testing Journey that your students will go thru.

You can do Assessments at the end of each Section or Module and a Final Assessment at the end of the Course itself.

The Testing Environment Builder gives you the following Options:

You can define the maximum amount of time your Student has to complete the Test. You furthermore get the following options:

Submission Options:

– Students can submit answers only once.
– Students can change their answers until the Submission is being reviewed by the Teacher.
– Students can always change their answers and may take the Test any number of times.

– Display all Questions at once.
– Display 1 – 2 or 3 Questions at once.

Interaction Options:

– Display or do not Display the Welcome Page at the beginning of the Testing Journey.
– Disable or Enable the Questions Summary View after Submission at the end of the testing Journey.

Grading Options:

– Disabled or Manual.
– Semi Automatic, requires manual grading by the Teacher. (Question Type: Text, Essay, File Upload)
– Automatic, all answers that cannot be graded are always correct.

– Select Testscore % value required to pass the Test.

You can use these 7 different Question Types to Quizz your Students:

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1.: Free Text

Your Student can answer a Question by writing a short text.

2.: Essay

Your Student can answer a Question by writing a longer text and/or paragraph.

3.: Checkbox Single Answer

Your Student can select a single correct answer to the Question from a given number of choices that you define.

 

4.: Multiple Answer

Your Student can select multiple correct answers to the Question from a given number of choices that you define.

5.: Select Single Answer

Your Student can select the correct answer to the Question by choosing between all possible answers that you define from a Dropdown List.

6.: Text Match

Your Student is required to answer the Question by writing a Text that needs to Match the Text you defined as the correct answer in the backend.

7.: File Upload.

Your Student needs to respond to the Question by uploading the most commonly used digital file formats. Learn More about all allowed file types.

Assessment Journey Design

For your Student each Assessment Journey is composed of 3 Main Steps.

Step 1.: The Assessment Welcome Page.
Step 2.: The Question Page or Pages.
Step 3.: The Assessments Results Page.

A 4th Optional step after the 3rd Step would be to allow Your Student to View a Summary of all the Questions he submitted and show him which Questions were answered right and which not and give him the option to re-submit the answers.

Step 1: The Assessment Welcome Page

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You can Customize all Text Elements you can see here in the backend with just a few clicks. Insert your own Headline and Subheadline and Button Text.

Step 2: Question Page or Pages

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You can Mix and/or Shuffle all the different Question Types and you can set if you’d like to show your Student all Questions at once on the same page or if you’d like to show your Student only One Question per Page.

Step 3: Assessment Results Page

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You can Customize all Text Elements you can see here in the backend with just a few clicks. Insert your own Headline and Subheadline and Button Text.

(Optional) Step 4: View the Questions and Answers Summary after Submission at the end of the testing Journey.

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On this optional Step of the Testing Journey your Student can view all the answers he gave and then save his answers or submit them.

Optionally you can also show your Student at this point which answers were not correct so that he’s given the chance to save his answers restudy the Course Material and then come back and take the test again.

It all depends on which kind of Learning Experience it is that you want to create.

The most Important thing is that you do not need any Technical Genius to design and create such an Assessment and Testing Journey.

You can adapt it to your very own requirements with just a few clicks.