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Quiz behaviors

Moshe Caine 5 years ago in By Screen / Interact • updated by Inna Komarovsky (Administrator) 3 years ago 6

Built in quiz behaviors could greatly enhance the educational functionality of Interactbuilder. For example the following types:

Multiple choice questions

Match pairs

Arrange objects in order (big to small, fast to low, etc.)

Fill in the blanks.




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Actually most of the examples that you are mentioning can be implemented using the current software.  I think it would be a good idea for us to create some samples of these to show the community how this works. I will ask my team to work on some samples.

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Actually most of the examples that you are mentioning can be implemented using the current software.  I think it would be a good idea for us to create some samples of these to show the community how this works. I will ask my team to work on some samples.

Any update on this - I've been looking around various apps that can do this sort of thing but none really provide much range (maybe only True /False and Multiple Choice), with the exception of Inkling which has a big array of quiz options for assessment and a big price to match! Any info on this would be realy useful.
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Hi Chris,
Many of InteractBuilder's features are great to use in creating quizzes and educational activities. These are not pre-built as templates, but InteractBuilder's action sets, intersections, and conditions allow for educational activities for any age. Are there specific effects you'd like to learn more about?

Thanks for that Inna. Well, I was looking to create the following sort of activities:

Sorting
Ordering
Sequence
Gap fill
Drag and drop 

among others. Any idea where I'd find supporting docs / videos on how to do this sort of thing?

Thanks

Chris
For the sorting, ordering, sequence, and drag and drop activities, I think that the most useful feature to use would be the intersections feature, where certain behaviors happen when two elements come into contact. Here is a quick and simple video that demonstrates the basics of using the intersection feature to create a drag-and-drop effect: Hat Tutorial: The "Snap into Place" Effect.

For the "gap fill" activity, is this when a sentence has a missing word for the user to fill in, or is it something different?