Assessing student progress in their understanding of coding concepts is an important part of coding instruction. CodeMonkey quizzes are available to provide teachers with insight into how well their students are learning and retaining the skills being taught.

  • Note that currently, there are quizzes available for Beaver Achiever and Coding Adventure courses.

To assign a quiz to your students follow these 3 simple steps:

  1. start from the "My Classrooms" tab on the menu. Select the classroom you want to assign a quiz to, and click on it on the classroom table.

2. Next, click on the "Quizzes" tab, and confirm you are on the "Assign Quiz" sub-tab.

3. Identify the quiz you would like to assign to your students from the options presented. When you are ready, click on the "Assign to Class" button to send the quiz to your students. That's it, the quiz is assigned to your class!

  • You can give students a "due date" by using the end date drop-down menu and selecting the last day students have to complete the quiz. Entering a due date is optional, so you can assign a quiz with or without a due date.

  • In addition, you can review and take the quiz yourself using the "Try it Yourself Link" located above the 'Assign to Class' button.

Quiz Results

Once the quiz has been completed, you may review student scores. To do so, click on the "Quiz Results" sub-tab. Here you will find a list of quizzes that have been assigned to your classroom. Use the carrot at the top right-hand side of the page to expand the section. You will then easily be able to see the percentage of students that have completed the quiz, as well as each individual student's score for each challenge. You will be able to view the final grade, and the date and time the student completed the quiz.

Quiz Solutions

You can review the solution the student submitted by clicking on the star they earned for that challenge. To see the perfect three star solution, click on the green challenge number at the top of the column under "Challenges Score".

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