When offering an online assessment in eDoctrina, it is important to be confident that the assessment being offered will be presented to students as intended. This help guide will provide some insight on the different online assessment settings that are available for use.
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When an assessment is created in eDoctrina, the Default View will automatically be set to "NYS CBT Locked". This view will mirror what the students will see when they take the NYS CBTs. Questions will be paged, and any passages will always appear on the left side of the screen. There are multiple other views that can also be set within an assessment. Similar to the NYS CBT view, eDoctrina also offers the "PARCC LOCKED" view, which will mirror what students would see on the PARCC exam. The Scroll and Page views allow students to decide if they'd rather their questions scroll on the page, or appear one question at a time. Users also have the option to lock students to one view using the "Locked" variation of each view.
Scramble Answer Choices
When setting up the online assessment, within specific default views, users now also have the option to decide which side of the split screen the PDF displays on in the student view (the right or the left). If the default view is set to view involving a passage, the PDF will appear on the side the passage would normally appear.
Show assessment rubric to student
Enabling this option allows students to view the rubric criteria set up for specific questions within the assessment:
The button will allow the user to designate which questions to exclude from this feature.
The Online Time Limit should be entered in minutes(m). If a limit is entered, the students taking the assessment will have m minutes to complete the assessment. The timer will start when the student begins the online assessment. The timer will run continuously until the enter time has elapsed. The default is a [blank] field and will allow students unlimited time to complete the assessment.
NOTE: If a student exits a timed test, the time will continue to run until expired. If the time expires, this test will not be available to the student.
The next four options are to determine how and what online tools will be offered. These tools can be offered for the whole assessment or for specific questions. If "Default" is selected, eDoctrina will default to the selections made for the specific questions. If "Show" is selected, the tool will be available for every question on the assessment. If "Hide" is selected, the tool will be unavailable for every question, regardless of the specific question settings.
Note: The calculator is a bit different than the others in that the user must decide whether to use the question settings (matches calculator selected for each individual question), Basic Computational or a Scientific model calculator should be available to the students.