Some further comments / suggestions
A super piece of work – some thoughts I had for development – not sure I think it needs scorming but…
- Show the correct answers at the end of the count so pupils can see their mistakes?
- During the task, add in a pop-up box that states what the error was if clicked on or a pop up box saying “no error” if they click elsewhere
- Have a splash screen at the end with some boring old content explaining the task – perhaps with some hyperlinks?
English – word wall of spellings -
MFL – etre and avoir
Maths – multiple / times tables to identify
Science – identifying parts of various systems eg digestive system
As I've also mentioned on Twitter the danger with turning this into a proper generator program is that I get bogged down in developing features / functionality and then it will need to be a pay-for program. I'm not keen to do that.
What I'll try to do is construct a basic generator tool that will allow you to setup 'HotSpot' areas on an imported image. I've been fiddling around with a way do allow people to draw their own hotspot areas and came up with this:
The idea here is that you will load an image into the background and then draw your required hotspots over the top. I imagine it would also be appropriate to have an optional short description which would might want to drag onto the hotspot too (i.e. so labelling can also take place).
Whereas the original example was hard-coded in place, I've now been able to adapt the method so an array is used to store the hotspot data. Thus if the above example is used to record where you want a hotspot, it should then be possible to translate this into a finished quiz.
So some major progress / development with this in a short time. I will certainly see what can be developed, but there is always the pressure of available time.