Not sure where to start when building your advanced assessments?
You've come to the right place! The Advanced Assessment builder is created by our partner company, Learnosity, and there are over 60 question types! This article takes those questions and separates them into categories that may be helpful to you.
❗ It may help to become familiar with the structure of Advanced Assessments before diving into the different question types. If you are unfamiliar with the structure of Advanced Assessments, check out this resource.
In this article, you'll be directed to resources that will show you advanced assessment questions based on:
➡️ Subject Area
Questions by Level of Difficulty
The Otus team has categorized the difficulty level of creating each question type. There are three categories: basic, intermediate, and advanced. Check out the links below for details on each of the three levels.
For an overview of all three difficulty levels, click here
To see each level, select the icons below.
Questions by Subject Area
Sometimes it's hard to know what type of question will work best for your subject area. This section will give some suggestions for questions well suited for ELA, math, science, social studies (history), and enrichment (art, business, performing arts, physical education, health, tech ed, and world languages).
For an overview of all subject types, click here
To see each subject, select the icons below.
Physical Education and Health
Social Studies (History)
Questions by Category
Learnosity has 11 categories of questions that are available in Otus Advanced Assessments: multiple choice, fill in the blanks and labeling, classify match and order, written and recorded, highlight and drawing, math, graphing, charts, chemistry, and other.
For an overview of all categories, click here.
To see each category, select the icons below.
Fill in the Blanks and Labeling
Classify, Match, and Order
Written and Recorded
Highlight and Drawing
The 11th category contains the Desmos Math questions. For more information on those, click here.
Want to learn about Advanced Assessment Items vs. Questions? Click here.
Want to see how students can show their work on Advanced Assessments? Click here.
Want to learn more about using images, audio, and video in Advanced Assessments? Click here.