Today if I set “Show correct respons” to no, the feedback box still show green color if the anser is correct and red if it is wrong. I would like the feedback box not to reveal if the answer is correct or wrong at all.
Hi Anders Lundholm Welcome to the Community! We would like to investigate this as a possible bug. Please report this to our Support team using the steps in How do I get help with Bridge? and I will mark this idea for archival for now. If it turns out not to be a bug and something we want to address with a feature idea we can open this idea back up or a new one can be created. Thank you again for joining the Community and letting us know how things are going!
Hey again Anders. If you haven't already, I don't think there's a need to report this to Support. We did some further testing and I think we understand the situation you are describing better now. Currently, with the "Show Correct Responses" toggled off, learners still see an indication that they got an answer right or wrong. That option is intended to only control whether or not the correct option is shown, which is different than indicating a right or wrong status. What do you think about modifying this feature idea to request a new course setting that would be separate from showing the correct response, and would specifically control whether or not the learner sees any indication of whether or not they got the question correct?
It would help a lot if I could hide any clue to if the answer is correct or not. Just a feedback box with the Continue button and a free text.
Anders Lundholm help me to understand how this suggestion is a benefit. While I can understand not showing the correct answer for a question, not knowing what you answered wrong doesn't help the learner know where to go back and review so they can improve. However, this is my perspective and I'm interested in yours.
That would only apply to formative assessments (where you provide formative feedback). You would not want to give the answers to summative assessments, such as final exams. There should be an option to remove the feedback altogether.
It sounds like to me that, in the final exam use case, you are trying to use Bridge where Canvas is needed. I think we need to be careful here as Instructure likely does not want Bridge and Canvas to be competing against each other.
That said, if you want someone to fully grasp the knowledge and have to retake the course until the individual receives 100%, not telling them where they went wrong could ensure that they know the information inside and out. On the other hand it may make for a poor user experience.
Just give course authors the choice. Let them decide whether they want or need to provide the answers. It's really that simple.
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