March 7, 2021
Temperature Conversions
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March 7, 2021
Temperature Conversions
I am currently a provider of technical training and support in the electronic manufacturing industry. My prior training and work experience as a teacher, network administrator, web design, and instructional design make me well prepared to design it, develop it, and deliver it. I am a father of five, a US Army veteran, and I enjoy playing the guitar as well as performing in local community theater. 
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Hello Everyone!

It is with great pleasure that I present to you a learning module on temperature conversions. This is a module that would be geared for students at the high school level – perhaps even an upper level or advanced middle school course. This module features many different ways to offer help, learning, practice, and fun on the lesson topic.

Here is a rundown of features found in this module.

  • Title slide animation that toggles between something hot and something cold
  • Custom Table of Contents will slide in/out on click of the hamburger/’X’ button
  • Lecture slide where the learner can find a short 11 minute video with explanation of the lesson and module.
  • Visualization slide with an interactive slider and two thermometers that animate to visually compare the two temperature scales
  • A slide for endless practice problems. Conversions in both directions are random and tracked separately. Students may spend as much time practicing as they need to feel comfortable with the task.
  • A slide with a high level matching game that asks you to pair equivalent Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature tiles together
  • Matching game is randomized tile locations for endless unique play opportunities.
  • Assessment page with 10 random problems to solve. No two tests are alike!
  • Assessment offers a re-take if below 70%.
  • All assessments are scored and a grade presented to the student.
  • Number of submissions and scores would be tracked
  • Linear and non-linear navigation to allow the learner to practice as little or as much as necessary based on their prior knowledge. Learner can jump right to the assessment or skip the game, etc.

Feel free to post screenshots of your awesome game performance in the comments.

Thanks for taking the time to look through the module.

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2022-08-24 20:53:21
2022-08-24 20:53:21

Hello Greg, thank you again for the project source file. Unfortunately, the source file JavaScript (TOC, slide two “slider”, and slide three “matching”) is not working for me in the preview or published file.

I’m still new to JavaScript and trying to get my head around it. Can you please tell me if the code in the source file is complete, and if it is, what might be the problem that the interactions are not working?

Thank you.

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Filip Pietrakowski
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2022-08-26 19:37:03
2022-08-26 19:37:03
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Filip Pietrakowski
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Hey, Filip

I utilize the Greensock JS library for lots of heavy lifting. It integrates nicely and allows me to key the JS directly into little box without need for an external file. I have my own installation that auto loads the libraries so I am able to use the review and publish without any post-publish mods.

If you drop those assets into the published files, I suspect it would work fine.

Those files do not tag along with raw cptx.

I use the gsap and draggable libraries.

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Greg Stager
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2022-10-13 03:40:23
2022-10-13 03:40:23
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Greg Stager
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Thank you

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2022-08-22 19:40:55
2022-08-22 19:40:55

Fantastic project, thank you for sharing.

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2022-05-10 22:55:24
2022-05-10 22:55:24

So awesome

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2022-04-15 12:56:29
2022-04-15 12:56:29

Thanks for the project download too!

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2022-04-15 12:56:10
2022-04-15 12:56:10

The summary of features in your write up is really helpful

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2021-08-28 20:29:51
2021-08-28 20:29:51

I love the notebook type quiz, you make it look like a realistic process like in a real classroom.

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