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Self Assessment Answers

jason_nicholas_jthsjason_nicholas_jths Member Posts: 3 PRO
edited September 17 in Learning Center
Hi.

My students are going through the learning CAD Basics learning pathway.  I have a couple of questions.

1.  As a teacher, can I see their progress and completed self-check assessments?
2.  Is there an answer key for the self-check assessments so that they know what questions they got right/wrong?

Attached is short video clip of assessment. 


Any information is helpful as Onshape is a new and wonderful world to me.

Thank you kindly.

https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cYQbIvJC1c

Answers

  • alnis_smidchensalnis_smidchens Member Posts: 130 EDU
    Hi @jason_nicholas_jths! Welcome to the forums. I'm not an Onshape employee, but I believe the answers to your questions are:
    1. There isn't currently a way to track progress in the learning center from another account as far as I know. The workaround is to have students send screenshots once they complete a section.
    2. When you submit an answer for the self-check, it will tell you whether you got it right or not. If you get it wrong, it will tell you what the right answer was and will give you a link to a solution document so that you can learn from it and try again. That looks like this:

    I hope this helps!
    Get in touch: [email protected] | My personal site: https://alnis.dev | My YouTube channel (I make tutorial videos for Onshape & Inventor): https://www.youtube.com/c/AlnisSmidchens
  • jason_nicholas_jthsjason_nicholas_jths Member Posts: 3 PRO
    @alnis_smidchens.  Hi. Thank you for your response.  

    1.  Thanks for the work around tip.
    2.  I am not seeing the answer responses.  Maybe it has to do with the type of assessment.
         Here is a short video clip.  
    https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cYQbIvJC1c
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