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Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Jen,

I happened to have a bit of time, so I created, as Ashley suggested, a custom Drag and Drop with 2 correct drop targets. I did it by using a Pick One Quiz.

  • The 3 draggable rectangles (a square, a "regular rectangle", and a frame shape) have a Drop Correct and a Drop Incorrect state
  • There are 3 targets: 2 "correct" rectangle targets and a "foil" oval target

Triggers have been set up so that

  • state of the rectangles are set to Drop Correct if the rectangles are dropped on either of the target rectangles 
  • state of the rectangles are set to Drop Incorrect if the rectangles are dropped on the oval target

Offstage there are 2 buttons name Correct and Incorrect

After converting the slide to a Freeform Pick one, these 2 buttons are selected as the choices and the Correct button is chosen as the Correct choice.

Finally, triggers are set up so that

  • The correct button state is changed to selected IF all of the rectangles states have been changed to drop correct when the Learner clicks submit. This will display the Correct layer.
  • The incorrect button state is changed to selected IF any of the rectangles states have been changed to drop incorrect when the Learner clicks submit.. This will display the Incorrect layer.

It's important that these 2 triggers are above the Submit interaction trigger.

Please shout out with any questions!