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How to change or add more standards to any question type


Associating the correct standards with your technology-enhanced questions is a central part of the Edulastic app.

Below is a quick tutorial on how to change or add standards associated to your questions during the authoring process:

1. In my Essay Type question I have asked students to discuss how point of view is utilized in Tobias Wolff's story "Bullet in the Brain." Initially I picked CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.11-12.6 when creating my question. But since I want students to cite the text to support their ideas and claims I also need to associate CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.11-12.1 with the question.

Start by clicking the Meta Data tab while editing the item. 


2. Click the BROWSE button.


3. Select subject, standard set, and grade level.




4. Click the checkbox of the standard or standards you want to add to the question and click Done. You can uncheck the box to remove the standard from the question.



4. This is your view after you have associated your changes. You can click "Browse" again to make any changes. You can also click the x to the left of each standard to quickly remove aligned standards.

While on this page, specify any other desired meta data and add tags as needed.







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    Jessica Tipton

    Please update this article. The interface is different, since this is 3 years old, and I can't find how to delete standards on duplicated questions.

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