January 21, 2021
Crocodile Dentist
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January 21, 2021
Crocodile Dentist
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  • Instruction: The instructions let the learner knows that with an incorrect answer, there will be a consequence to the game following the quiz. That will hopefully motivate them to decide and choose the right answer, instead of any answer.
  • Rigor: It’s a simple course and a simple interaction that mimics a game that learners already know.
  • Feedback: The course uses sound and color to provide feedback.
  • Engagement: There is playability – the “bad tooth” is random each time the course is played.
  • Layout: Putting the quiz on one slide helps to reduce learner fatigue.
  • Interaction Design: The navigation buttons to play the quiz or leave the game appear only after an action happens.
  • Aesthetics: Keep it simple – right. The color palette is limited.
  • Relevance: Since crocodiles are in nature, the palette is driven from nature

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2022-02-03 02:01:15
2022-02-03 02:01:15

I have a phobia of dentists but being a crocodile dentist, not so much!

Great eLearning! fun to play and looks great!

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2021-07-17 07:29:58
2021-07-17 07:29:58

Very well done. How long did this project take to put together? How did you randomize the bad tooth being different each time?

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2021-04-10 05:56:03
2021-04-10 05:56:03

Good job! 9

 

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2021-03-21 20:18:52
2021-03-21 20:18:52

Thanks for sharing.

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2021-03-16 17:46:59
2021-03-16 17:46:59

nicely done!

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2021-03-11 08:14:32
2021-03-11 08:14:32

Great! First time  I was doing the quiz, I got only 3 correct answers…. Maybe, I shouldn’t admit to this.

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2021-02-13 03:07:01
2021-02-13 03:07:01

Nicely done.

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2021-02-06 18:36:39
2021-02-06 18:36:39

Fantastic work!

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2021-02-02 17:52:31
2021-02-02 17:52:31

Well done!

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2021-01-23 13:34:16
2021-01-23 13:34:16

Nice Work 🙂

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2021-01-21 18:00:20
2021-01-21 18:00:20

I love this! So adorable, right on theme and super fun to do. I was especially impressed by your use of multistate to give visual feedback on incorrect answers.

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2021-01-21 18:59:09
2021-01-21 18:59:09
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Thanks! I was tired of seeing feedback that was “Incorrect. The correct answer was false.” They can deduce that. Using visual feedback is a great alternative.

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2021-03-24 11:23:00
2021-03-24 11:23:00
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Love the interaction 🙂

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