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Exercices : revenir à la situation antérieure

Bonjour, je viens de tester le nouvel exerciseur, beaucoup d'options ont disparus :

  • sélectionner sur une zone interactive

  • permettre de mettre un commentaire par question (par exemple si la réponse n'est pas correcte), je l'utilisais souvent personnellement

  • mes collègues de math regrettent également l'impossibilité d'intégrer des équations dans les réponses

  • je remarque aussi qu'il n'est plus possible de mettre des images dans les réponses, appariements, ... bref l'éditeur enrichi a disparu

C'est une régression par rapport à ce qui était proposé, et il me semble que les possibilités d'interactivité diminuent et d'apprentissage en autonomie aussi.

Y a-t-il l'espoir de revenir à la situation antérieure, y a-t-il d'autres possibilités, d'intégrer des questionnaires issus d'autres applications, mais cela deviendrait lourd et l'intérêt est que les élèves puissent avoir directement leurs résultats et les profs aussi.

Merci pour votre réponse et à bientôt.

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Google translated version:

Hello, I just tested the new exerciser, a lot of options have disappeared:

select on an interactive zone

allow to put a comment per question (for example if the answer is not correct), I often used it personally

my math colleagues also regret the impossibility of integrating equations into the answers

I also notice that it is no longer possible to put images in the answers, matches, ... in short, the enriched editor has disappeared

It is a regression compared to what was proposed, and it seems to me that the possibilities of interactivity are decreasing and learning in autonomy as well.

Is there the hope of going back to the previous situation, are there other possibilities, to integrate questionnaires from other applications, but this would become cumbersome and the interest is that the students can have their results directly and the teachers too.

Thank you for your response and see you soon.

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  • Nov 18 2021
  • Released
Country FR
Category Content creation and management
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    Product Team commented
    7 Mar, 2022 10:26am

    Most of this is now released, with the exeption of equations in answer alternatives, which is currently in development.

    The itslearning Product team.

  • Admin
    Product Team commented
    22 Nov, 2021 09:24am

    Hi

    • Select point (previously called Hotspot) was released just over a week ago, and should now be available.

    • Automatic feedback on questions is in progress, automatic feedback on answer alternatives is planned.

    • We will not implement a full rich text editor for answer alternatives, but offer options for images and equations. This is in progress.

    So yes, the plan is to return the functionality that you are used to from the old test tool, although with some changes / improvements.

    Thanks,
    The itslearning Product team