Daniel Scheidegger’s Word Template version 20, which Lael Grant modified into version 21. Others from the Moodle community have also contributed code to it. This forum explains a bit.
3 September 2014: CodeRunner: authentic e-assessment for computer programming
Presenter: Richard Lobb, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Hosted by Dr Mathew Hillier, University of Queensland, Australia starting 07:00AM UST/GMT. Duration 54 Minutes.
This session explored the features of CodeRunner; a Moodle question type in which student submitted program code is automatically evaluated against a range of test criteria and a grade assigned.
In introductory programming courses the question might be as simple as “Write a Python function sqrx that returns its parameter squared” however more advanced exercises can also be handled, such as “Modify the compiler discussed in lectures to handle the following language extensions”. The submission is graded by running a series of tests on the submitted code within a sandbox, comparing the output with the expected output. Students receive immediate feedback and are able to resubmit for a small penalty. It is also possible to process the responses to questions in which the student answer is not program code at all. Instead the question type can be used to accept any text as a response which can then be assessed against a set of test criteria defined by the instructor in the form of program code. Coderunner is used at the University of Canterbury for laboratories, assignments and mid-course tests in several courses and is to be used in a final exam for the first time this year. The talk reported on experiences with CodeRunner in several courses and demonstrated the authoring of questions and the range of different questions that can be asked.
A #EasyOChem question type demonstration #Moodle course.
Demo Quiz Quick simple – quiz demonstrating a few of the question types:
- Name to Structure Quiz: 1Qpractice: 1
- Curved Arrow / Electron Pushing Qpractices: 2
- Select Atoms, Molecules or Reactions Qpractices: 2
- Drag and Drop Naming (easyoddname) Qpractice: 1
- Newman Projections Quiz: 1Qpractice: 1
- Fischer Projections Quiz: 1
- Lewis Structures (formal charge and non-bonding electrons)
In computer science studies and others of technology profiles, there are subjects that use the programming assignments as an important educational tool.
The programming assignments of the early courses can present particular difficulties for the student and require frequent monitoring by the teacher. Often, until the work is assessed, students don’t know if it is correct or not. This mode of operation meets the evaluative aspect, but does not provide the student to learn from their mistakes, which lost a significant part of the learning potential associated with the making of an assignment. More over, the evaluation may require considerable time and effort by the teacher due to the number of students, the number of submits required and their complexity.
The availability of a teaching tool to facilitate monitoring and personalized guidance in a continuous learning process allows to reduce the initial difficulties faced by the student. For teachers, the possibility of automating much of the assessment allows them to perform other productive tasks.VPL is a #programming #assignment management system, #Moodle integrable, that lets edit and execute programs and enable the automatic and continuous assessment.
The Adaptive Quiz activity enables a teacher to create tests that efficiently measure the takers’ abilities. Adaptive tests are comprised of questions selected from the question bank that are tagged with a score of their difficulty. The questions are chosen to match the estimated ability level of the current test-taker. If the test-taker succeeds on a question, a more challenging question is presented next. If the test-taker answers a question incorrectly, a less-challenging question is presented next. This technique will develop into a sequence of questions converging on the test-taker’s effective ability level. The test stops when the test-taker’s ability is determined to the required accuracy.
A Moodle question type which allows questions to be built up from parts that are other simpler question types requires you to have these question types installed
פורסם ב: Moodle Plugins Directory: Combined.
יום שני, מכון דוידסון. בין הייתר, הוספנו כפתור חדש לעורך TinyMCE במוודל 2.3 אשר מפעיל “מחולל תחביר תתי־שאלות Cloze“. מומלץ בחום!
על הדרך מצאנו באגים קטנים ברכיב. תיקון ניתן להוריד מפה.
לכל מי שיש לו מוודל 19, אני ממליץ להשתמש בקישור: http://pegasus1.weizmann.ac.il/moodle/question/cloze_generator/cloze_generator.html (ניתן להוריד את הקובץ/מחולל להעיל ולשמור אותו בשרת שלכם)