Question Type - Table Checkbox Answer

Question Type - Table Checkbox Answer

Table Checkbox Answer #010


Students answer questions or classify responses within a table. This is a great question to use with all grade levels and all subject areas.


Additional Samples

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Sample 3

Authoring Functionality

  1. Blue Pencil - Enter the stimulus by clicking the Blue Pencil and opening the editor.

  2. Headings  - Change column headings by clicking the titles and adding text. To add additional columns, click the plus sign.

  3. Questions  - Enter questions in the space provided. Click the plus sign to add additional questions.



Setting the Correct Answer

  1. Correct Answer  - Check the box in each column to signify the correct response.

  2. Multi-select - Click the Gear button to allow multi-select.

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