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Creating Practice Assignments in Blackboard

We’ve all heard the phrase “Practice Makes Perfect” and Blackboard provides a feature that allows instructors to create self-assessment assignments that will not be included in Grade Center calculations. Self-Assessment assignments can be created by adjusting one setting in a Blackboard test. If you teach a course that allows for dynamic questions such as Math or Science you can include Calculated Formula questions so each time a student launches the assignment they will receive different numbers.

Self-Assessment Options

  • [MUST BE UNCHECKED] Include this Test in Grade Center score calculations – When this box is unchecked the student’s grade will not affect the grade center total.
  • [OPTIONAL] Hide results for this test completely from the instructor and the Grade Center – When checked the student’s grade will not be visible to the instructor, but will be visible to the student.
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Test Feedback

It is recommended that all test feedback options are checked so the student can review their work and learn from their mistakes.

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Eric Silva

Eric is a Systems Analyst and Blackboard Administrator at The University of Texas at San Antonio, and a graduate from Boise State University. Learn more about me.

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