Content & Assessment Types
Anatomy of an Acrobatiq Course
Acrobatiq's default organizational structure is
- Lessons (or pages)
One of the most powerful features of Acrobatiq courseware is the embedded formative assessment and feedback in each lesson. Lessons (or pages) contain course content and are tagged toLearning Objectives.
As students practice what they have learned by engaging with these activities, they produce a rich data stream on the learning process that drives adaptivity and data analytics.
The following outlines the unique content types within Acrobatiq:
- Basic declarative text and media learning content. Includes but not limited to Tables, Glossary Terms, and Citations/References
- Images, Video, and Dynamic Media Elements
- Learn by Doing (formative practice)
Most course content pages have formative activities that provide students with opportunities to practice what they are learning. Learn by Doing activities allow students to practice the concept that they are learning, with hints and feedback to guide them if they struggle.
The following outlines the unique Activities, Assessments, and Assignments types within Acrobatiq. Your course may contain some or all of these types:
|Activities, Assessments, and Assignments
Default name(s): Learn by Doing, Did I get This?
Formative practice activities are assessments that appear inline with course content and provide students with practice and feedback at the point of learning.
|Before You Continue||
Learner self-evaluation activity against learning objectives used to determine over or under confidence in learning.
Default name(s): Quiz, Test
Summative assessments appear at the end of a unit of learning and measure student mastery on course learning objectives.
|Personal Practice (adaptive)||
Personal Practice activities are adaptive, formative assignments that generally appear at the end of a section of a unit of learning prior to its paired summative assessment.
|Hand-in Assignment||Hand-in assignments allow students to electronically hand in an assignment to an instructor for grading. Instructors utilize a templated Rubric for easy grading that reports to the gradebook.||
Note: Course content availability - assignments, adaptivity - may vary. If you do not see an expected content item please contact support.
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