Feedback

Feedback

The feedback element is a part of all assessment activities (multiple choice, drag drop, fill blank, sort and matching). Upon checking the answer of an activity, the feedback element provides the learners with feedback on the accuracy of their answer.

Feedback elements consist of one or more feedback items, along with several optional buttons. The appearance and contents of each of these can be customized, similarly to other generic elements.

To rearrange items in the feedback, use Feedback > Move Up and Feedback > Move Down. Alternatively, the items can also be rearranged by dragging and dropping them to the desired position within the feedback element, or by dragging them around in the elements tree. To remove an item from the feedback, simply select and remove it using Design > Remove, or the Delete key.

Behavior

Attempts Number The number of answer attempts possible for this activity.
Auto Fix Checkbox When on, automatically corrects the answer after the last incorrect or partial attempt.

Appearance

Match Size Checkbox When on, automatically resizes the feedback element to match its contents at run-time.
Hide Mode Select effect – Use an effect (if defined) when hiding the feedback.
plain – Hide the feedback without any effects.

Navigation

Lock Next Navigation Select Prevents from navigating to the next page before the first attempt or all attempts have been exhausted. When none, navigating isn’t prevented.

Right Feedback

Shown when the answer is correct. To add a right feedback item, use Feedback > Add Right Feedback.

Wrong Feedback

Shown when the answer is incorrect. To add a wrong feedback item, use Feedback > Add Wrong Feedback.

Behavior

When Select Determines on which answer attempt to show this feedback item.

Partial Feedback

Shown when the answer is partially correct. To add a partial feedback item, use Feedback > Add Partial Feedback.

Behavior

When Select Determines on which answer attempt to show this feedback item.

Final Feedback

Shown after the last attempt. To add a final feedback item, use Feedback > Add Final Feedback.

Custom Feedback

Shown when a specified condition is met, as determined by <Condition>. To add a custom feedback item, use Feedback > Add Custom Feedback.

Behavior

Condition Condition Opens a dialog allowing to define a set of conditions upon which to show the custom feedback item.
When Select Determines on which answer attempt to show this feedback item.

Range Feedback

Shown when the number of correct answers is within the range specified by <Lower Bound> and <Higher Bound>. To add a range feedback item, use Feedback > Add Range Feedback.

Behavior

Lower Bound Number The lower bound of the range of correct answers.
Higher Bound Number The higher bound of the range of correct answers.
When Select Determines on which answer attempt to show this feedback item.

Close Button

Shown on every attempt, allowing to hide the feedback element. To add a close button, use Feedback > Add Close Button.

Behavior

Mouse Over Style Style Rule Used when the mouse is over the button.

Retry Button

Shown on every incorrect or partial attempt excluding the last. Hides the feedback element and allows for another attempt. To add a retry button, use Feedback > Add Retry Button.

Behavior

Reset Question Checkbox When on, the activity gets reset to its initial state when the retry button is pressed.

Style Rules

Mouse Over Style Style Rule Used when the mouse is over the button.

Fix Button

Shown after the last incorrect or partial attempt. Fixes the activity to show the correct answers. To add a fix button, use Feedback > Add Fix Button.

Behavior

Hide Feedback Checkbox When on, the feedback is hidden once the fix button is pressed.

Style Rules

Mouse Over Style Style Rule Used when the mouse is over the button.

Check Button

The check button resides outside of the feedback element, but is connected to it. Validates the answers of the activity, and gives feedback accordingly. To add a check button, in case it was removed, use Feedback > Add Check Button.

Style Rules

Mouse Over Style Style Rule Used when the mouse is over the button.