Teachers can create question to either use it an assignment or share with their colleagues to be incorporated into a Common Assessment.
Follow these instructions to create a new question.
1. From your top navigation bar, select Questions and then click Create Question.
2. Click on the type of question you would like to create and then select the Create Question button.
The following chart includes several question types and their corresponding step by step instructions:
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Updated 13 Aug 2018
Create a New Assignment
Follow these step by step instructions to create a new Assignment. 1. From your top navigation bar, click Content and then select Create Assignment. 2. Your Assignment Editor will open. Name your assignment in the space provided and click the Save ...
Question Bank - Search
The Question Bank contains over 14,000 teacher-created questions covering grades K-12 and a wide array of subjects and topics. When creating a new assignment, many teachers look to the Question Bank for questions to incorporate into the assignment. ...
Add Questions to an Assignment
Follow these step by step instructions to add questions to an assignment. 1. Click on Assignments and then select My Assignments. 2. Find the Assignment. Click the Pencil icon and your "Assignment Editor" will open. 3. Click the + Add Existing ...
Create a Batch of Multiple Choice Questions
Follow these step by step instructions to create a Batch of Questions. 1. From your top navigation bar, select Content and then click Create Question. 2. Select the Student Action button, then choose the Select Answer button. Choose the Multiple ...
How to Add Existing Questions to an Assignment
1.From the Assignment Editor, click on +Add Existing Question. 2. You can choose to add questions from My Questions, the Question Bank, or from an Assignment. Once you've checkboxed the question(s) you'd like to add, click on Add Selected ...