Wouldn't it be better if the questions came after the last bit of info for each section?
You think? I like it this way, but I would definitely like a final test at the end of each section, just so I could practice more 😊
I really like the idea of interleaving info and questions. It makes learning feel more like a game and the little ding sound is just great. Also, it should be an extremely effective tool for solid learning. In theory, it forces you to think about what you previously learned and active retrieval is one of the best things to make you remember stuff longer and more accurate. Well, in practice the questions are too easy and incentivise the user to just look up an answer on the last slide if he missed some detail. This defeats the purpose, as there is no active thinking about the subject matter. I'd like to see more questions, including some testing for true understanding instead of memorising details.
I agree, but I think the system itself is not at fault, the execution is just a little off. But it is fixable. This would be the TL;DR For my longer post.
i just feel like the way it is now isnt effective on long term, i mean its litterally like reading a book and just rexiting the lines immidiately after you read them... after the book you wont be able to recite them all again... i hope this explains my point of view?
i agree tobi, it's a nice concept, but it's too easy to cheat it