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Using Lessons in Moodle:- An Illustrated Guide

What the student sees. This what a student sees in terms of the initial instruction page. This first page is a Branch Table with three options where the student can “jump” to.

So let’s look at the next stage; what the student would see for the next page which in this case includes a question.

Here I have inserted an image and included a brief question within the page, ie a “question page” This example shows a multichoice question.

The student needs to answer the multi-choice question, and depending on the response, after clicking the “please check one answer button” the student will “jump” to a “response page” and depending on whether the answer is correct or incorrect is given “feedback” and could be directed to a remedial page to go back over learning before being able to attempt the question again. If you had just wanted the student to go to the next page, then you would create a question page but leave questions out, Moodle in this case creates a default “continue” button, which links to the next page in your lesson flow. 8

Lessons in Moodle: An Illustrated Guide.  

An illustrated short guide on how to create pedagogic rich Lessons modules within Moodle; one of the most powerful and adaptive tools in the...

Lessons in Moodle: An Illustrated Guide.  

An illustrated short guide on how to create pedagogic rich Lessons modules within Moodle; one of the most powerful and adaptive tools in the...

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