After building and deploying a quiz in your D2L course, it’s natural that you would want to review the results beyond simply viewing student scores. D2L will allow you to view how individual students responded to each question, as well as give you a detailed breakdown of each question. 256 more words
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After giving a quiz on D2L, you may wish to review detailed statistics of how students performed on each question, and, based on student performance and/or feedback, potentially throw out a bad question or award partial credit for “good, but no perfect” answers. 223 more words
D2L makes it easy to configure a quiz to grant specific students in a class extended time limits, multiple attempts, or alternate testing windows. Here is how to assign alternate quiz restrictions to a student requesting accommodations. 337 more words
It’s not too soon to start thinking about the final exam.
First, sometimes there is some confusion about the time. Sometimes students look on the exam schedule and mistake Monday class exams for classes that meet once per week in the evenings. 327 more words