Reentering text and MC answers on slides which have been visited?
I have run into an issue with reentering answers on text-entry and MC slides which have already been visited (and answered) once.
I am currently working on an Articulate project in which the goal is to demonstrate to medical student the benefits of asking open-ended questions of their patients (e.g. "Tell me more") rather than closed-ended (e.g. "How much caffeine do you drink").
After an introduction to the exercise, students are prompted to select one of ~10 (varies by scene) questions. Clicking this question kicks them to a new scene (consisting of 3 slides), where they (1) see a video response from a "patient" answering their question, (2) are asked to type in a new question (3) are given a multiple-choice selection of questions and asked to select the one that is closest to the answer they typed. This third selection kicks them to another scene of the same construction. Each time they enter a new question, a value is added to a "Progress" variable, and the cycle continues until they hit the entered limit of the variable and are kicked to the appropriate summation scene (depending on which types of questions they selected earlier).
The "ideal/correct" path is for students to chose only open ended questions. Each time a student chooses an open ended question, they are "looped back" to the open ended question scene. Ideally, they keep choosing these open ended questions (getting the maximum amount of information out of the videos possible).
Here comes the problem:
When they are "looped back" to the open ended scene again, the text from their previous entry (on slide 2) and the selection of their next question (on slide three) are still there, and can't be typed over.
Is there a way to set it so that if a student "loops back" and revisits a text-entry or MC slide multiple times, the slides are "reset" and able to be have fresh text/selections entered (without loosing the data from the original student input)?