These are formative homework assignments done outside of class.
These are being piloted for the BIOC1301 module. They are simply your lecture PowerPoint presentations with questions interposed throughout. The questions can come from test banks or your clicker questions.
Instruction page, info on how points are scored, number of attempts, and assigned complementary reading materials.
Once the student answers, they get immediate feedback.
Some more content
There is a place for feedback within the slide that will appear if the question is answered incorrectly (this is optional).
Ability for more 1 try per question, if wrong, they get Try again message.
An example of a fill in the blank type question.
A calculation question. Notice that multiple answers are acceptable.
Obviously many more content slides, but at the end they get the results of questions answered. And they get the opportunity to review the quiz questions.
Incorrect, with the right answer shown.
In a more detailed description
PowerPoints can be full lectures or parts of lectures (topics)
Adobe Captivate is just like PowerPoint, with the ability to add and track quizzes, capture screens and even capture lectures (when used with Adobe Presenter).
If you’re into Twitter, there is an optional twitter widget, which allows students to comment on each slide. Those comments are then tweeted to a Twitter acct that you set up (course, lecture). Respond from Twitter, will update questions posed by the students, right on the slide. Instead of just providing a link, embed the YouTube video directly within the lecture. Since it is streaming directly, not violating copyright. What if the video you want is not on YouTube? Embed a web page within the lecture. Student never has to leave the interaction. They can interact directly with the website inside the slide. So, this could also be a web page with a video on it. Several quiz-type games students can play.
Done within Captivate On VLE option to upload SCORM package
Exciting part - what SCORM actually does
The interaction is on the VLE in a popup window, once the student exits the interaction it immediately sends data to the GC.
Scores appear in a column set up when SCORM pkg was uploaded.
Get lots of data: Which attempt, the question, their answer, total time spent on the interaction, time spent per slide, overall score. This data will then be compiled into a report and sent to tutors.
Flipped classroom: Students complete the online materials outside of class, and come to class ready for practical work or discussion.
Keeping students engaged is critical to a successful learning experience, and when we think about how to do this, a logical approach is to look at scenarios where people easily remain engaged.
• You: Provide lecture materials
(PowerPoints) with questions and answers
• Me: Create the interactive lecture, wrap it
in SCORM and upload it to your module
• You: Get useful automated data
• Students: Get an interactive learning
experience & immediate feedback
• Provide Your PowerPoint Lectures,
Questions, Answers and Feedback (optional)
• Import it into Adobe Captivate & programme
questions interspersed throughout or at the end
• Question Types:
MCQs, TF, Matching, FITB, Hotspot,
Calculation, Short Answer
Points per question
# Tries per question
Optional Feedback slides
• Add optional interactivity
In-lecture web browsing
• Package as SCORM & Upload to the VLE
• More options on the VLE: timed, # attempts
• Automatically feed scoresmean? into the
What does it
• Reports generated and sent to Tutors
• Students get immediate feedback,
opportunity to practice digital skills
• Instructors get insight into how students
are learning online
• Flipping the Classroom