May 25, 2020
Good and bad posture project
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May 25, 2020
Good and bad posture project
Dr. Pooja Jaisingh works as a lead eLearning evangelist at Adobe. She has created several award-winning eLearning courses and eBooks, and regularly conducts workshops and webinars on Adobe eLearning tools and services. In her previous roles, she has worked as a teacher trainer, instructional designer, and chief learning geek. Pooja is CPLP and COTP certified. She holds a master’s degree in education and economics and a doctorate in educational technology.
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In this interaction, you can drag the good and bad posture examples to their respective categories.

What is that example intending to do? When should the user use such a theme?

This is a drag and drop interaction for categorizing objects where you allow more than one object to be linked to a drop target. This is a practice type interaction, where the learner will get an immediate feedback on answering the question incorrectly, and will get an option to try again.

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2020-12-23 19:54:45
2020-12-23 19:54:45

Visual appealing interaction. Really nice, Pooja!

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2021-01-04 07:29:34
2021-01-04 07:29:34
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Thanks, Nikolas 🙂

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2020-09-27 15:50:00
2020-09-27 15:50:00

A good slide. Are these human graphics free to use for any type of project?

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2020-09-08 00:44:35
2020-09-08 00:44:35

This is cute. Thanks Pooja!

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2020-08-17 23:45:09
2020-08-17 23:45:09

I gotta agree that the red arches point to the bad posture.   I does give me ideas though.

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2020-08-03 12:04:20
2020-08-03 12:04:20

Nice, modern graphics. But the bad answers are signalled by the red archs. It makes the answers a little bit too easy.

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2020-06-24 14:00:25
2020-06-24 14:00:25

I love the simplicity of this interaction!

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