I have a multiple select question that has 4 possibilities. Two of those are correct. The question is worth 2 points. I want the question to be scored the following way: for both of the correct answers, I want them to get 2 points; for one of the correct answers, I want them to get 1 point; if they select all 4 options, I want them to get zero points. Canvas is scoring the question only as right or wrong and giving students 2 points or no points.

My two questions are:

1) how do I set this up to work right in the future; and

2) is there a way to to see one screen that has all of my students' responses to that one question, so I can correct the ones that Canvas marked wrong? Right now the only way I can figure out to do this is to go student test by student test and scroll to that question. Ugh.

Thanks

Heidi, for

question #1, based on what I found on this guide - How do I create a Multiple Answers quiz question? - it sounds like this feature isn't functioning as intended.Specifically it states at the top,

"This question type awards a fraction of the points available for each correct answer selection and subtracts an equivalent fraction for incorrect answer selection."and at the bottom of the guide,"This question type awards a fraction of the points available for each correct answer selection and subtracts an equivalent fraction for incorrect answer selection. For example, the example above is worth 1 point and has 4 response choices: 2 are correct and 2 are incorrect. Each correct answer is worth .5 points. If a student selects one of the right answers and one of the incorrect options, the student would earn .5 point for their correct answer, but then that amount would subtract .5 point for the incorrect answer, bringing the point total to 0."I also tried it out in my sandbox course and it appeared to score correctly. The question was worth 2 points, there were two correct answers (Kona & Liz) and two incorrect answers (Joe and James). I picked one correct and one incorrect and it gave me zero points for the question.

If this is not what you are experiencing then I would submit a ticket to Canvas Support (go to the quiz and click Help --> Report a Problem) to see if they can provide some insight.

For

question #2, yes, there is a way to see on one screen all of your student's responses to that one question. It's not perfect, but it works and might make it easier than going through speedgrader.Directions: