29/Construyendo retroalimentación

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Después de añadir una nueva Retroalimentación, Usted la diseña al añadirle preguntas. Seleccione el tipo de pregunta de la lista desplegable. Añada los detalles de la pregunta y haga click en 'Guardar pregunta'.


Opciones estándar

The following apply to all or most question types.


This number controls the order of the questions. Position 1 is the question nearest the top of the page, so when you create or edit a question, you can choose from the dropdown of available positions (which will vary depending on how many other questions there are). You can also rearrange questions by clicking the position up and down arrows on the main add questions screen.


These questions are required to be answered and will prompt the user if they are left unaswered. These questions are highlighted with a red star for users, and have a yellow exclamation point beside them when editing Feedback questions.

Tipos de preguntas disponibles


A test to make sure a real person is filling in the form and not an automatic spamming program of some sort. Asks a person to write out some distorted text which is displayed on screen. You normally won't need this unless you find you are getting spammed a lot.


This allows you to choose to display one of three types of information: the time of responding; the course and/ or the category where the feedback is located.


Like a standard Moodle label, this allows you to add abritrary text between questions allowing for extra explanation or to divide the Feedback into sections.

Respuestas de texto mayor

This option is for creating a text box (you specify how big it will appear in rows and columns) which people can write a long answer into.

Opción múltiple - respuestas múltiples

This will give you a series of options with a checkbox next to each one. The respondent can check as many as they want and there is currently no way to specify a limit to how many they can choose which is lower than the total.

Opción múltiple - respuesta única permitida (lista_desplegable)

This will give you a dropdown list from which only one answer can be selected

Lista_desplegable (valorada)

This is similar to the dropdownlist option, except that each option has a numerical value associated with it. This means that if asking a question like:

¿Qué tanto disfrutó estar en la clases?

  • Me fascinó
  • Me gustó
  • Está OK
  • No me agradó
  • La odié

No es posible obtener (fácilmente) una puntuación "promedio" - particularmente si Usted está preguntando la misma pregunta antes y después de un evento o de un curso. Si se usa la opción de Lista_desplegable (valorada), entonces los valores numéricos están asociados con cada opción, lo que permite promediar o hacer otras mediciones de las respuestas. La pregunta de arriba podría verse así:

¿Qué tanto disfrutó estar en la clases?

  • [5] Me fascinó
  • [4] Me gustó
  • [3] Está OK
  • [2] No me agradó
  • [1] La odié

lo que permitiría calcular un promedio (por ejemplo, "4.5 este semestre, contra 3.9 del semestre anterior".

Respuesta numérica

Here, you ask a question which must have a number as an answer and specify the acceptable range e.g. "How many arms would you like, if more than 2 were possible? (please specify 0-10)" with a range of 0-10 set in the options. It helps if you specify the acceptable range in the question text.

Opción múltiple - respuesta única

This will give you a series of radio buttons, which starts on 'Not selected' and then has your options afterwards. Only one can be chosen and 'Not selected' is a valid answer if the question is not set to 'required'.

Opción múltiple (Valorada)

This is similar to the other multiple choice options, except that each option has a numerical value associated with it. You have the choice of using radio buttons or a drop-down list to display the answers.

For example:

How much do you enjoy being in class?
  • I love it
  • I like it
  • It's OK
  • I don't like it
  • I hate it

It's not possible to (easily) get out an "average" score - particularly if you're asking the same question before and after an event or course. If the Drop-down List (rated) option is used, then numerical values are associated with each option, allowing an average or other measurements of any responses.

The above question might look like:

How much do you enjoy being in class?
  • [5] I love it
  • [4] I like it
  • [3] Its OK
  • [2] I don't like it
  • [1] I hate it

Which might allow for an average (e.g. "4.5 this term, up from 3.9 last term") to be calculated.

Respuesta de Texto Breve

This option lets you specify a single line answer, with an input box which is a set number of characters long (you choose). You also specify the maximum number of characters you will accept, so that the answer is not too long and/or does not run over the length of the box on screen.

Dependence item and Dependence value

It is possible to direct the user to specific questions depending on a previous answer. For example, if they say 'Yes' to the question "Do you have a car?" they will be directed to a different question from if they answer 'No'. To set dependent questions:

  • Set up your initial question and give it a name in the Label field:


  • Add a Page break
  • Add the question to go to if (for example)the user replies 'Yes'.
  • In 'Dependence item', select the Label of your first question.
  • In 'Dependence value' type your dependent answer (such as 'Yes' in our example.)


  • Follow the same process for the other response (such as 'No')

Vea también

Plantillas de retroalimentación