How Do I Create Drag and Match Questions?

Drag and match questions are interactive and engaging, which can help to keep learners interested and motivated to learn.

Drag and match questions can be designed to assess higher-order thinking skills, such as analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. These types of questions require learners to think critically and apply their knowledge in new ways, which can help to deepen their understanding of the material.

Steps to create Drag and Match question type

Go to the assessments for which you want to create drag and match questions.
Click add question and select the "Drag and Match" question type.
Type in the question prompt and any instructions for the learner. For example, Match the animal to its habitat
Create two lists: one list of items to drag and one list of matching items. For example, "Lion" could be in the list of items to drag and "Savannah" could be in the list of matching items.
Optionally, provide an explanation for the correct answer and tag the question to the domain it belongs to, if necessary.

By following these steps, educators can create interactive and engaging drag and match questions that assess higher-order thinking skills and provide immediate feedback to learners.

Updated on: 05/04/2023

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