The dot is appearing because of the free-response component where students are asked to add their work. There is no way to mark a free-response component as readOnly, so one option would be for students to add their work on a separate screen. As is, a teacher can still quickly scan through student screens to check correctness with the checkmarks. Hope that helps!
Okay. Thanks. I deleted the Free Response and it worked. I was thinking it could be ignored like text but I understand now how that wouldn’t work. Maybe in the future that will be changed to allow for quick reference on Teacher Dashboard without inputting image on another screen.
Try commenting out the correctness check on one of the math response boxes and adding readOnly: true. I’m not sure why that works, but it seems to
Why did you choose to have two separate math response boxes? Depending on your reasoning, you could merge them to simplify checking correctness.
@Bryn - good call with the sketch component. I like that option!
My work around for this problem is I add a note component asking for student to explain… and then I add a table. On the table, I remove remove all headers and I remove one column so that there is only one cell available to the student. I make sure to change the cell to “Format as text”. Then the coding I put in the table is:
By doing this coding, I will get a checkmark as long as the student typed “something” in the cell. I can then go back to review what students wrote but know that they have everything correct or not.
I’ve made a few adjustments to your activity. If you would like to use it, feel free:
Thank you @Pamela_Davis ! I liked your work around of using the table and your thinking about the explain problem.
The CL code that I really loved was
This was the key to allow students to pick a level, answer those questions AND show me correctness on the dashboard, when the other choices were left blank. Exactly what I needed! Updated the original slides to show the final version with your code.
I included two separate math response boxes because I wanted to student to select the level of difficulty they were going to attempt, which meant the correct answers would be different depending on the question they picked. My thinking was that I need two responses and then check correctness on them individually.
I was worried about only having one and saying something like:
correct: this.numericValue=65 or correct: this.numericValue=45
because I wouldn’t want them to pick the first one incorrectly type 45 and still get it right.
@Pamela_Davis showed me the readOnly: not(pick.isSelected(1)) code that was key to solving my problem.