A step is one item on a checksheet. 

There are 4 different types of steps:

  1. Learn
  2. Apply
  3. Review
  4. Control

This article explains how to use "Review". 

  1. From within your checksheet, click "add new step". Four boxes will drop down: "Learn", "Apply", "Review" and "Control". 

2. Click "Review". These steps are designed to allow the student to take notes and self rate themselves as well as being able to see what their answers are for various parts of the course. These steps are not marked or shown to you or the Course Instructor. 

  • Write a Note: This allows the student to simply write a note about what they have learned on the course or whatever else the student wants. This note is not sent to an instructor for marking, it is purely for the student. The note is also shown to the student in any later review step within this section.
  • Rating: This allows the student to rate themselves on a scale of 0-100 on how well they did the previous step. Optionally, you can have a bar graph showing all the scores within a section and also a bar graph showing the section totals for the whole course. The score is also shown in any later review step in this section.
  • Note and Rating: This allows the student to rate themselves on a scale of 0-100 on how well they did the previous step as well as take a note for themselves. Optionally, you can have a bar graph showing all the scores within a section and also a bar graph showing the section totals for the whole course. The score is also shown in any later review step in this section.
  • Review Notes & Ratings: This allows the student to see all the notes they have written in the current section so they can see what they have done and optionally print it out for their own reference. This is usually put at the end of a section so the student can take a record of their notes.
  • Rank Items: This allows you to make a list of items that the student can arrange in any order. Unlike the Sort step, there is no correct answer.
  • Survey: This step provides a list of choices, either radio buttons or check boxes, which the student can mark. There is no correct answer in a Survey. This step always passes.

3. Click the step you want to create and fill out the required information.
 
4. Click "create step" at the bottom to save. 

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