Mastery Settings for self-study allow students to drill against a set of questions until they achieve the desired proficiency level. The browser blocks all other programs and locks the student in the testing environment. An additional medium security quiz option restricts mouse and keyboard functionality by not allowing right clicking, printing, etc.
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Flexible assessment design options correlate assessment with instructional objectives.
Question editors make it easy to create questions, use questions stored in a departmental Question Bank or to import questions from publisher content cartridges.
You also have the option of subscribing to a question and automatically receiving updates to that question. Enter Username Enter Password.
As a pre-course tool, ANGEL surveys allow an instructor to assess students' knowledge of topics to assist in instructional design decisions or to facilitate differentiated instruction.
Easily specify who has permission to access an assessment, when the assessment appears in the angeel and the dates it will be available to students.
Securely deliver summative assessments. With just a click, ANGEL Assessment At-a-Glance brings individual student submission scores, high, low, mean and median scores and real-time assessment completion status to you. Granular options deliver complete control over assessment agnel.
ANGEL LMS -- Improve Assessment
Item Analysis allows you to quickly identify questions that are achieving objectives or those that are not performing. ANGEL gives you immediate insight into assessment performance from two perspectives in our exclusive At a Glance format.
An additional medium security quiz option restricts mouse and keyboard functionality by not allowing right clicking, printing, etc. As a post-course tool, ANGEL surveys allow an instructor to evaluate wecure progress or to assess instructor performance. Mastery Settings for self-study allow students to drill against a set of questions until they achieve the desired proficiency level.
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Sign up for a no-obligation day demo account "sandbox" and try out ANGEL's simple, powerful, and open system hands-on. The browser blocks all other programs and locks the student in the testing environment. Algorithmic questions support drilling since students can practice one mathematical concept with different values and answers to develop mastery; as well as to prevent cheating secue questions and answers are always randomized. ANGELs algorithmic questions include powerful variable definition, flexible rubrics allowing for multiple partial credit and unit synonym scenarios, and the ability to replace variables algorithmically in WebEQ sedure.
Map desired outcomes or standards to an assessment, or individual assessment questions. Comprehensive reports identify outcomes or standards applied, as well as student performance against those standards.
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Intended for use in a proctored setting, the secure browser can easily be provided to a remote proctor allowing distance students to travel to a local setting for secure testing. Access, interaction and feedback controls optimize formative assessments.
ANGEL also provides powerful algorithmic questions that give instructors in quantitative disciplines the power to create randomized, formula-based questions that are automatically graded by ANGEL.
On the same one-page report, ANGEL presents a summary of assessment question types, numbers and points assigned and all assessment settings: ANGEL ePortfolio provides both students and institutions a digital destination to collect evidence of educational growth and assessment.
Feedback options — correct or incorrect, answer key, grader remarks, points possible, overall score and more — can be displayed after the student completes one question, a set of questions or the entire assessment.
Instructors can determine how students interact with the assessment: Easily share or standardize keywords by importing or exporting a simple text file.