Has anyone created math lessons using SL or any articulate product? Curious to know what design choices and instructional approach was used. Any input will be helpful. btw, this is more for HS and MS students.

Any kind of typical training model would work for maths much in the same way as teachers use whiteboard learning packages or bitesize learning games. Most of these can be replicated in some way in Storyline the variables even support basic mathematical functions. More complex forms of math would rely on choosing/revealing answers and so on as typing complex algorithms is not functional.

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Hi Kai!

I'm sorry we missed your question. We've seen a lot of interest in math training yet haven't had a lot to show.

Tomorrow's E-Learning Challenge is all about teaching math so you should (hopefully) find some good examples over the next week.

David

Any kind of typical training model would work for maths much in the same way as teachers use whiteboard learning packages or bitesize learning games. Most of these can be replicated in some way in Storyline the variables even support basic mathematical functions. More complex forms of math would rely on choosing/revealing answers and so on as typing complex algorithms is not functional.

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