A Table block is an interactive Multiple Choice Question activity best used when a question has multiple options and simple yes/no or true/false style answers. Table blocks are very flexible in how many rows they can contain, but work best with around two or three columns. Users respond to a question, and click on the yes/no true/false style buttons in response to options relating to the initial question. Individual or overall feedback can be provided to the learner.
Start in the Page management area of the Sequence page.
Each row in a table, and the columns and feedback within that row, is set-up individually.
The columns in this row are shown in a vertical list. The first item on the list will usually be the content column, and the second (and third, if used) will contain the buttons. By default, the first row in the table will be styled as a heading row. This can be changed from within the column options.
This completes the creation / editing of the first table row. Repeat for as many rows as your activity requires. When complete, click Save and publish.
None, all options are incorrect, and None, all options are valid are further choices which can be selected for an individual column/row.
By default the first row in a table will be styled as a heading row. This option can be selected/deselected for any row by checking/unchecking the Style as a table heading checkbox in the column editing window.
By default, the width of the table columns is fairly flexible, and will expand or contract depending upon the content within it. However the width of a column can be set at a fixed percentage of the total table if needed. From within the individual column editing options, enter a width percentage into the Width of the cell field at the bottom of the page. A pixel value can also be entered, however for best responsive design, a percentage value is best practice.
Overall feedback can be added for each row instead of feedback for each individual button. From within the column editing options, enter feedback into the Overall Feedback field. If content is added here, individual feedback will automatically be turned off. The feedback will also be styled as neutral, rather than correct or incorrect.
Feedback for individual options will by default be displayed within the cell containing the buttons. If there is a large amount of feedback, it is better to display the feedback in it’s own row, instead of within the cell. In the row options, underneath the column listings, check the show feedback in a row below this one checkbox.
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