There are a variety of features in the eDoctrina Assessment Editor that support building online assessments to mirror New York and other state's Computer Based Testing (CBT).
The newest and most relevant features are the grade-specific equation editors which can be attached to any question through the Online Tools button.
Equation editors for grades 3-4, 5-6, and 7-8 as well as other online assessment tools are available.
Here is an example of the Gr. 5-6 Equation Editor from the student view:
The drawing feature within the grade-specific equation editor includes the option for students to attached "drawings" to their work:
This drawing feature has been designed to allow students to add up to 5 separate drawings. After the 5th drawing has been added the drawing option will be greyed out so it cannot be selected.
There is also a sketchpad located in this drop down that users can insert an image into. Students taking an online assessment will be able to draw on the image.
Sketchpad images (and other short student responses) will be saved and accessible to grade on the Teacher Completed test(s) (ENTER button on the Teacher Dashboard) and Answer entry/verification screens (CHECK button on the Teacher Dashboard) in the following locations:
ENTER - Teacher completed test(s)
CHECK - Answer entry/verification
Some CBT questions require multiple text boxes. For example, a question might prompt for a numerical answer combined with a field to show student work. This can be set up using the question type Teacher Scored or Fill in the Blank:
Selecting Fill in the Blank will allow the system to autograde numeric and one or two word responses. Student explanations should still be graded by a teacher. The user can select Answer Tools from the WYSIWYG editor in the following location:
Place the cursor at the desired location to insert the input box and select from the drop down menu. For this NYS CBT style question the user can select the Equation Editor box type under "Show your work" and a Text Input box between "Answer" and "CDs:"
A Teacher Scored question type if the intention is to manually grade student responses for similar question formats. See below for an example of this style of question: