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Create a Classification Item Bank Question

Create a Classification Item Bank Question

A classification question is a drag and drop type item that asks students to classify possible responses into specific cells in response to a stimulus.

Please Note: In Chrome, the 'Block third party cookies and site data' box must be unchecked in order to be able to add text in the question editor. If you cannot enter text, please make sure the 'Block third party cookies and site data' box is not checked in your Chrome settings.

Open Add Feature Tool

To add an optional passage, calculator, or a ruler, click the Add Feature button. 

Enter Question or Instructions

In the Compose Question field, write the instructions for the the student to follow.  Decide how many columns and name them.  Select how many rows to include.  Type in the Possible responses for the students to choose from.  These will appear below the columns.  Click Add to add more columns or responses.  Click the garbage icon to delete any.  

Set Correct Answers

Set Correct Answers

In the Set Correct Answers section, enter the point value for the question.  Select and drag the possible responses to the correct column.  Select the box if you want to show drag handles, shuffle options or if there are duplicate responses.  

Configure Item Options

Configure Item Options

Click on the carat to show More Options.  Select the scoring type of exact response, partial match per element or partial match per cell.  You also have the option to format the layout of the question. 

Publish Question or Item

Publish Question or Item

Before you publish the item, validate that the answers are functioning correctly. To do this, select the responses and drag them to the cell in the preview pane and check the Show Answers box. Correct answers should be highlighted with a checkmark and incorrect answers should be highlighted with an x.

After you have finished creating the item, click the Publish button to share the item with any district teachers, or click the Publish and Reserve button to share the question with district administrators only.



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