Review SCORM lesson_status setting behaviour
Review the following section in the SCORM 1.2 RTE (page 26) and make sure it is applied correctly:
Initialization: If it is the student's first attempt at the SCO the lesson_status is set to not attempted. The LMS is responsible for setting the initial value to "not attempted".
Additional Behavior Requirements:
If a SCO sets the cmi.core.lesson_status then there is no problem. However, the SCORM does not force the SCO to set the cmi.core.lesson_status. There is some additional requirements that must be adhered to successfully handle these cases:
Upon initial launch the LMS should set the cmi.core.lesson_status to “not attempted”.
Upon receiving the LMSFinish() call or the user navigates away, the LMS should set the cmi.core.lesson_status for the SCO to “completed”.
After setting the cmi.core.lesson_status to “completed”, the LMS should now check to see if a Mastery Score has been specified in the cmi.student_data.mastery_score, if supported, or the manifest that the SCO is a member of.
If a Mastery Score is provided and the SCO did set the cmi.core.score.raw, the LMS shall compare the cmi.core.score.raw to the Mastery Score and set the cmi.core.lesson_status to either “passed” or “failed”.
If no Mastery Score is provided, the LMS will leave the cmi.core.lesson_status as “completed”
Updated by Carlos Vargas about 10 years ago
Actualizado por Yannick Warnier hace 6 meses
This is not a priority for 1.8.6, but it would be nice to have it.
Actualizado por Yannick Warnier hace 3 meses
- Versión prevista changed from 1.8.5 alpha to 1.8.7
Although this is re-scheduled for 1.8.7, it is possible that this has already been done just before 1.8.6. Isaac, what's the status of this one?