Tutorial

Inline interactions

The interaction types Algebra, Math Entry, and Multiple Choice can be used as block elements or ‘inline’ within a text or formula.

The image below shows an instruction with two interactions. One is added inline and one is added as a block element.

This is shown as follows to the student:

The three options to include an interaction in your question are listed below. Click on each item for more details.

Block
To insert a block interaction, click the plus icon and select Interaction
Choose the interaction you want to insert as block interaction
The interaction is now inserted as block interaction

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Inline in text
Click Insert at the top right of the text-editor
Select the interaction you want to insert as inline interaction
The interaction is now inserted as inline interaction

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Inline in formula

Use the f(x) button to create a mathematical expression. Click the bucket symbol () in the formula editor to choose the interaction you want to add to the expression.

Click the name of the interaction you want to insert.

In the example below, the question has two mathematical expressions with inline interactions:

The interactions are defined as follows:

I1a – Algebra – Task Simplify\sqrt{9}
I1b – Math Entry – Same expression, literal16

This yields the following interactive AlgebraKiT exercise:

Refer to the overview of all possible interaction usages here.

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The following example contains several variations of inline interactions.

Refer to the overview of all possible interaction usages here.

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