Coding tests provide a practical way to assess learners' coding abilities within a specified time frame. These tests can be valuable tools for evaluating learners' understanding and application of coding concepts.
This guide will walk you through the process of creating coding tests for your courses using the Graphy platform.
Creating Coding Tests: A Step-by-Step Guide
1. Accessing Course Builder: Once the course is set up, click on the Course Builder icon to open "Course Builder". Course Builder allows you to create a course by uploading content in simple and easy steps.
- On the Course Builder landing page, click on "Add First Chapter Manually" or "Add New Chapter" from the bottom-left corner.
2. Selecting Coding Test: Choose "Coding Test" as the type of item you want to create from under "Create new item".
3. Title and Details: Provide the necessary information for the coding test:
- Title: Enter a title for your New coding test that clearly represents the coding test.
- Tags: Assign relevant tags to the test to indicate subjects or categories.
- Custom Problem Statement: Enter a coding problem statement that learners need to solve. This statement should be clear, concise, and directly related to the coding concepts you want to assess.
3. Editing Advanced Settings:
a) Editing after Submission: Toggle the "Allow editing after submission" option based on your preference for allowing learners to edit post-submission.
b) Availability Settings: Decide whether the test should be consistently available or time-limited.
c) Email Notification on Submission: Determine whether learners should receive submission notification emails.
4. Publishing the Coding Test: Review all settings and questions, ensuring the custom problem statement is accurately represented. Once satisfied, click "Publish" to make the coding test available to learners.
By meticulously following these steps, you can seamlessly integrate coding tests into your courses on the Graphy platform. These assessments provide a dynamic means of evaluating learners' coding skills, enabling them to apply their knowledge practically within your course's framework.