The Multiple-Choice Grid question asks learners to sort items in a list into two or more categories. Learners receive feedback for each item in the list. This question type is very flexible. It works particularly well when learners need to practice sorting examples into two or more "buckets."
Build a Multiple-Choice Grid Question
Click + New Assessment, choose the assignment type, name the assessment, click Add, click + Add Content or Question, click + Add Question, and then click Multiple Choice Grid.
1. Add Title.
2. Add question body (this can be an introduction or instructions).
3. Add Questions, filling in both rows and columns.
4. Add additional Rows/Columns to the grid as needed, using the indicated table icon.
5. Add Responses.
6. Tag question.
Note: Authoring Tips
1. There should be a minimum of two answer choices.
2. Use this question type for classification or feature-analysis tasks. The multiple-choice grid produces a nice chart artifact that students can use as a study guide.
3. This question type supports the following media types as content, questions, answer choices, feedback, and hints: Text, Images, Audio, and Video.
4. Hints are related to each question in a row.
Sample Multiple-Choice Grid Question
Video: How to Create a Multiple-Choice Grid
This video demonstrates how to create a multiple-choice grid.
Please note: This video was created using a prior version of Smart Author.