This Articulate challenge is to come up with some creative ways to use drag-and-drop interactions. Designing them to present information and provide opportunities for practice broadens their usefulness and makes them more involving than a standard drag-and-drop quiz does.
I had already been working on a course that included choosing proper safety gear for construction workers. In this demo I came up with the cowboy option for contrast – but you could use this approach for any two (or more) job functions that require different gear.
Hints Rather Than Answers
Using David Anderson’s lovely table setting example for inspiration, I provided learner-controlled hints in addition to the ability to check your final answer and get feedback. You can also easily start over and try again. It’s another one of those activities that’s just sort of fun to play with.
Give it a Try!
Someone needs to outfit this guy. You should give it a try!