What is Dynamic Content?

Using Dynamic Content will allow you to create different variations of the same question in an Advanced Assessment. This is best used for when you want to test the same concept, but want your students to have different versions of the same question. When the assessment is assigned, it will randomly choose which version each student receives on their test.
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Example 1

Concept: You want to test the student's ability to add a negative and positive integer. 

Here are three versions, which have been created using Dynamic Content.

The clip below shows how they look while you are in preview mode of your question in an Advanced Assessment:

To read how to build this type of question, check out THIS article.

To watch a short video on how this exact question was made, check out the video below.

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Example 2

Concept: You want to ask the students to choose the correct element that belongs to a specified group in the Periodic Table of Elements .

Here are four versions, which have been created using Dynamic Content.

The clip below shows how they look while you are in preview mode of your question in an Advanced Assessment:


To watch a short video on how this exact question was made, check out the video below.



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