Hi firstly thanks for Coderunner I am hoping its going to be a big help teaching python to 12-18 year old's. It's lightning fast on Digital Ocean and I can use the Moodle books to write theory units in age appropriate language.
I have a question about quiz authoring workflow, I am authoring quizzes of about 10 questions using python3 and python3_w_input.
If students find a mistake in the questions (am I alone in that?) I have been successful in changing the question text to fit the published test cases. But when trying to change the test cases to fit the question text, the changes aren't appearing on the student accounts.
I have seen warning "You cannot add or remove questions because this quiz has been attempted. And, I read something about questions being 'instantiated.' So am I correct in assuming that no more editing of the mechanics of the question is possible after an attempt has been made on the quiz (eg. repagination, test cases, adding questions)?
I have resorted to adding "old" on the old quiz and creating a new quiz and inserting that into the Moodle course. Its a bit fiddly. And students may loose their work. Is this the best workaround?