Adding the Remediation SlideLast updated 1300 days ago

Now that our questions and feedback slides are built, we can focus on creating the custom feedback slide. If learners miss question two, they'll branch to a remediation slide where they can view the correct chocking procedure. In this lesson, we're going to use Blank Slides to design the feedback slide.

If you're following along, I'm working in Lesson Files > Chapter 07 > FeedbackSlide.quiz

Create the Feedback Slide

  1. Click Blank Slide
  2. In the ENTER THE TITLE: box, type "Review the Chocking Process"
  3. In the ENTER THE TEXT: box, type "Always chock the wheel diagonally opposite of the wheel you're changing."
  4. Click Slide View
  5. Click Insert > Picture and in the Chapter)7 folder, select Chocking.png
  6. Click OK
  7. Click Save & Close

Click Preview or Publish to view your files. We haven't added branching to our multiple choice question, so you'll see the incorrect feedback slide whether you answer correctly or incorrectly.

What's Next?

Okay, the feedback slide is complete. Now we can return to the multiple choice question and set up our branching. See you in the next lesson!


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5 comments so far

Posted 1299 days ago

Thanks for this tutorial. Ok, so I've redirected the learner to see the remediation slide via branching. Now that the learner has had seen the remediation slide, I'd like the learner to have another attempt at the question, but the question is now 'locked'.

Posted 1299 days ago

Hi Martin! That's right, Quizmaker won't let you send learners "back" to retry questions. What you can do is duplicate the previous question and show it to those learners who missed the previous question.

I put a quick Screenr together for you on how that would work:

Posted 1299 days ago

Hi David,

That does partially solve the problem but then creates a new one: after adding the duplicated question, the score for the first (incorrect) attempt is recorded and the score for the second, duplicated question, which is then correctly answered on the second attempt is also stored, giving an average quiz score of 50%.

I think I'm trying to get quizmaker to do stuff that it was not designed for.

The problem is that once you show my client a better solution than what he has already got, he then wants it with all the flexibility in the world :)

Posted 1299 days ago

I had to laugh after reading your last comment regarding clients seeing something and then wanting more--that's something we see all the time!

You're correct about the points and percentages. You have a couple things going on that might make scoring--percentages, point values--unnecessary.

Because you want learners to retry missed questions and receive point values after successfully answering questions, could you modify the results slide to remove any mention of percentages and simply include "Pass" screen? You don't need to use Quizmaker's default Results slide at that point--every learner will ultimately Pass. You could customize a blank slide with a summary or conclusion indicating the learner successfully passed the quiz. Just an idea.

Another option might be to create a "practice" quiz that isn't scored and offer it up in a hidden slide. Give learners the choice of taking the practice--unscored--quiz before moving on to the graded quiz.

Posted 1299 days ago

I really like your suggestion about offering the practice quiz (unscored) and then the graded quiz. I'm also thinking I can use the LMS settings to allow learners to repeat the whole quiz if they don't achieve the 100% score.

This training is for legislated requirements, and they have to get 100%, not 'just' pass.

Many thanks, appreciate all your comments.