Examples of Work

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Content Types
Choose a Platform
Solve a Scenario
Sorting Activity
Tabulars/Accordians
Thinkific Landing Pages
Course Plan
Accessibility
Assignments
Content Types

Interactive Exercise using Google Slides

Creating interactions are useful when you have a lot of text to display. 

This lesson example was originally an articulate rise activity that had too much text. 

Click here to explore the original activity. 


Watch the short video below for a demonstration of this activity.

Choose a Platform

Interactive exercise using Articulate Rise

This lesson helps students to be able to understand how to choose the best platform. This is only a knowledge based activity with text and quizzes.

Solve a Scenario

Scenario Based Learning

Scenario-based learning is an activity where students apply their knowledge and skills to solve a scenario.

The student needs to select the appropriate response to solve the scenario/problem. Each response has an associated consequence. These types of activities help students to learn through application
Sorting Activity

Drag and Drop

Test students knowledge with an interactive quiz requiring them to drag and drop content. 

This can be achieved through multiple techniques.
Tabulars/Accordians

Break text into tabs

Passively engage students to click on buttons to read more text.

This is a great way to break up chunks of text and get your student interacting.
Thinkific Landing Pages

In depth Landing Pages

Landing pages that use multiple elements to focus on the benefits students will attain from your course.
Course Plan

Embedded interactions

Embed Google Slides into the Thinkific course player for students to interact with.
Accessibility

Presentation with voice over

Provide students with multiple ways to consume content for accessibility reasons.

This example is PDF Google Slides uploaded to Thinkific with voiceover audio.
Assignments

Embedded Forms

For students to take notes or start to build their own work, a form is useful to collect their responses but also email them a copy of their responses.

This example embeds a Google Form into Thinkific.