How do I author my own Constructed Response question?

Updated 3 months ago by Alek Turner

Below are the steps on how to author your own Constructed Response questions. You can include these Constructed Response questions you author into your assignments.

To learn how to create a Constructed Response assignment, click here.

Constructed Response questions were previously known as Free Response or Short Answer questions.

Step 1: On your teacher dashboard, click the "Assessment/Assignment Center" menu option.

Step 2: Click "Manage My Questions," under "My Authored Questions."

Step 3: Select "Create New Question."

Step 4: Select the Subject, Domain, Standard, and DOK level for the question you will author. Then select the Question Type, "Written & Record" to author your own Constructed Response question.

You can either author a question that is an "Essay with Rich Text" or "Short Text."

Step 5: After you select which "Written & Record" question type you want to author, you will type your question stem. You can also "Preview" prior to saving.

Click "Save and Continue" to review your question.

Step 6: Review your question and then click "Save and Continue."

Step 7: Your authored Constructed Response question will be saved in your library of authored questions within "Manage My Questions" of the "Assessment/Assignment Center." You can go back to edit or duplicate.

Step 8: To use your authored Constructed Response question in an assignment, you will select the option, "Assignment Builder" under "Assignments."

Step 9: You will provide an "Assignment Name" and choose a "Subject." You will then select the assignment's option "Constructed Response."

Select the checkbox "View My Authored Constructed Response Questions."

You will filter which domain and standard(s) you created the Constructed Response question under, and then be able to select the checkbox of your authored Constructed Response Question. Click "Save and Continue" to assign.

To learn more on how to create a Constructed Response assignment, click here.

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