OpenClassrooms courses provide opportunities to practice, in different forms. TP, quiz, activities, exercises CodeEvolve etc.
Courses which provide certification include a validation of skills for competency. Please review the types of evaluations below:
Students must answer several questions, some of which are single choice, others of multiple choice. MCQs can sometimes be problematic given their rigid notation: indicate 2 good answers and 1 bad answer to a multiple choice question and the answer is wrong.
Here, students follow instructions to implement the course. Once submitted, students must correct exercises from other students by referring to a standard answer and a previously explained competency scale. The activity is completed once the student has evaluated 3 other learners and has received 3 grades.
The practice not rated
It is found in both certifying and non-certifying courses, and in many forms.
TPs are very similar to peer-corrected activities. The teacher gives instructions, the student performs the exercise independently and then consults the correction a little further down the page.
Often, in this case, the teacher gives instructions and invites learners to share their work on the forum to discuss with other students.
The exercises on CodeEvolve
These practices allow you to test your code on an interactive platform. An excellent live game to find his mistakes and improve his code.