Pathway Builder allows you to create a Diagnostic Assessment using the Activities in your Basket.
Click on the Add a Diagnostic Assessment link above your chosen Activities when viewing the Basket.
If you do not see the option to add a Diagnostic Assessment, this is because the Activities you have chosen are not linked to any questions within the Diagnostic Question Banks held on the LMS, or because the Question Bank(s) linked to the Activities are not enabled for use in Diagnostic Assessments. Please see the guide Enable Question Banks to be used in Diagnostic Assessments to learn how to do this.
You will be presented with the following popup window:
Each option is explained in the below table:
|Set a passmark||
Choose the overall passmark you want to use for the Diagnostic Assessment using the dropdown menu.
This works in conjunction with the overall number of questions displayed - in the screenshot below, it will be an Assessment with 15 questions.
For example, if you choose a passmark of 70% but the Assessment only contains 5 questions, the user would actually need to score 80% (or 4 out of 5) to pass as 3 correct answers would be 60%.
|Passmark and Scores||
You can choose whether you want to display or hide the passmark for the User.
|Number of questions||
Choose the number of questions you wish to include per Item (Pathway) or individual Activity (each Activity within the Pathways).
The total number of questions that will make up the Assessment may vary according to whether you select Item or Individual Activity but will be displayed as per the screenshot below.
|Order of questions||
You can choose whether the questions presented to the User will be displayed at random from any of the activities or ordered by activity, meaning in the order presented in the pathway.
|Amount of feedback given post-assessment||
The dropdown menu for this option allows you to choose the amount of feedback a User is given after they have completed the Diagnostic Assessment:
Topics, Question and Correct Answer
This option will show the Topics that formed the Diagnostic Assessment.
Choosing this option in the dropdown menu will just display the Topics and Question tabs. The User won't be able to view the feedback with the correct answer.
Topics and Incorrectly Answered Questions
This option will show the Topics that formed the Diagnostic Assessment and the incorrectly answered questions. The User will be able to access feedback for the questions.
Just the Topics tab will be displayed and no further information will be provided.
Click on Save.
The Diagnostic Assessment will be added above your list of Activities within the Basket.
You can now go on to add a Pathway Assessment or Save Pathway.
Clicking on Save Pathway will invite you to provide a name for the Pathway before saving and taking you to the administration area where you can further customise your pathway.
If you would like to create a Stand-alone Assessment based on the Activities contained within the Basket, please see the Create a Stand-alone Assessment guide.